New Zealand has a new business news website with the launch of BusinessDesk at businessdesk.co.nz.
It is with deep regret that PRINZ notes the passing of Life Member, Rob Crabtree, a PRINZ stalwart and a mentor to so many of us, on Wednesday, 30 October 2019.
Auckland-based public relations company, Wright Communications, has launched a smartphone-based app it believes could replace conventional approaches to managing a crisis, which are generally paper-based and can fail to keep pace with a fast-breaking scenario.
Hamilton public relations agency, HMC, announced today that it has become a social enterprise and is now donating 100% of its profits to charity.
Providing much needed public relations support to not-for-profits is a win-win for student PR agency Outside the Square. 2019 year marks the twentieth year of the AUT student PR agency that has now helped more than 500 charities, community groups and causes.
The man who co-founded international strategy and PR agency SweeneyVesty will be returning to New Zealand from New York to receive a Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Waikato.
The Standing Orders Committee is calling for submissions on the Review of use of Parliament TV coverage. Please note the deadline for submissions is Wednesday 16 October 2019.
The global push for greater transparency on environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance is a “showcase opportunity” for New Zealand businesses and brands – revealed in a report released today by NZX and Wright Communications.
The Global City Brands & Economy Development Forum will be held in Hangzhou, China in partnership with the Beijing-based Public Relations & Global Communications Club.
Stuff has announced the launch of its inaugural print advertising competition, The Paper Planes, shining a spotlight on New Zealand’s most creative and innovative uses of print media.
Sydney-based PR and brand engagement agency, CampaignLab, has announced it has made the leap across the ditch, launching the business in New Zealand.
The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communications Management which represents over 280,000 professionals in 126 countries will be strongly represented at the Public Relations Society of America’s international conference in San Diego, California.
Jill Kinloch, the Group Finance Manager at SenateSHJ, died on Thursday morning (5 September) aged 64. Jill was the heart, soul and systems behind three of New Zealand’s leading public relations consultancies spanning four decades.
A message from the Global Alliance's President
One of the awards categories is 'Communicating for Change'. This award will recognise an organisation communicating sustainability effectively to inspire change.
Hamilton public relations agency HMC has engaged a new Account Manager – Marketing Communications Lead, Rosie Harris, to join its account management team.
It is with heavy hearts that PRINZ advises of the very untimely passing of one of our Fellows, Fiona Cunningham.
Highly-respected senior communications professionals Richard Gordon and Tim Marshall have joined award-winning PR consultancy Wright Communications.
Home-grown New Zealand brands hold nine of the top 10 places in the Colmar Brunton Corporate Reputation Index 2019 released this week.
Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal (APPRJ) invites public relations scholars, professionals, and graduate students from the Asia Pacific region to submit public relations and communication research, theory, professional practice, comment, case studies and book reviews.
In a world where trust is under the spotlight, reputation is everything. SenateSHJ have researched this foundational issue for a decade now – through their Reputation Model and their flagship Reputation Reality Report
Porter Novelli has announced an exciting new practice, and a fourth member of their Senior Leadership Team.
We are all impacted by what’s happened in Christchurch. If you, or someone you know, needs mental wellbeing support or advice then call or text 1737 anytime for free, 24/7. There’s also some great advice on coping after a traumatic event.
The Christchurch Foundation, at the request of the Hon. Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch, has established a new fund to help raise money to support the families and Muslim communities impacted by yesterday's tragic events, now and into the future.
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