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Claudia Macdonald of Mango, Gina McKinnon of Fuse and Simon Kenny of McDonald’s NZ have been awarded the prestigious Supreme Award for their entry ‘Crave and rave – golden praise drives results for golden arches’ at the annual PRINZ Awards.
At last night’s Annual General Meeting of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ), Wellington public relations practitioner Katie Mathison was voted President for the Institute.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) announces 27 finalists in its 42nd annual industry Awards from a record 69 entries. Finalists will be awarded ‘Highly Commended’ or named category ‘Winner’ at the PRINZ Awards Gala dinner in Auckland on 12 May.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has recognised excellence in the fields of public relations and communications, with the induction of eight new Fellows from across New Zealand.
“I am pleased to announce the appointment of Elaine Koller to take over from Simone Bell as the CEO of PRINZ later this month.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) seeks a high-performing Chief Executive.
PRINZ is the member organisation for public relations and communication management professionals, representing 1300+ members from a variety of sectors. It seeks to appoint a new Chief Executive to lead the Institute.
Leading research agency, Research First, is the principal research partner for PRINZ, New Zealand’s industry organisation for professionals working in public relations and communication management.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand is looking for a new home from December this year in the Auckland CBD or fringe.
Former colleagues and PRINZ Fellows, Paul Thompson and Michael Player share their memories of working with PRINZ founding member George Gair who passed away on Monday 17 August.
Letter to The Press editor from Bruce Fraser, FPRINZ, PRINZ President in response to ‘CERA doubles its communications budget’, 20 July, 2015.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has recognised the late Joseph Peart by naming the top accreditation in public relations (APR) student award in his honour.
At last week's Annual General Meeting of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ), Wellington public relations practitioner and PRINZ Fellow, Katie Mathison was voted President Elect for the Institute. Her term as President will commence after the next AGM in May 2016, replacing current President Bruce Fraser.
PRINZ award category winners, highly commended place-getters and the Supreme Award were announced at the Awards Gala Dinner in Wellington on Thursday 21 May, with the Christchurch City Council communications team presented with the Supreme Award for its successful project.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand
(PRINZ) has recognised excellence in the fields of public relations and
communications, with the induction of three new Fellows in 2015.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) announces 21 finalists in its 41st annual industry Awards from a record 68 entries.
PRINZ wishes to let members know the sad news of the death of Bruce Rogers, FPRINZ, from cancer at 69 years old.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has opened its annual awards today, encouraging members to enter and showcase their best work across 12 categories.
It was with great sadness that PRINZ marks the sudden death last week of senior Christchurch PR practitioner and stalwart of the Institute, John Wendelken.
Would you like to win a ticket to the 2015 PRINZ Conference in Wellington next May?
We all know of professions that require members to undertake mandatory
continuing professional development (CPD). While it is not compulsory
within public relations, as professionals we must demonstrate CPD and
learning. In short, best practice is up-to-date practice.
PRINZ President Bruce Fraser has taken issue with NBR reporter Calida Smylie's view that NBR subscribers don't believe public relations professionals are simply balancing out media and public commentary on contentious issues.
PRINZ President Bruce Fraser talks about press conferences in the wake of Roger Sutton leaving Cera.
Last month's issue of North & South featured an editorial titled "Spinning Out", PRINZ's response to this is below.
Media Arts Public Relations students created campaigns for not-for-profit organisations, and pitched these to a panel of industry judges, clients, and family on Thursday night, 19 June, 2014.