As you may have seen in the recently released Salary Survey, our industry has a systemic diversity and inclusion problem that can no longer be ignored. It is important that our profession reflects the diversity of the communities we work in.
PRINZ has released the second Research First PRINZ Insights Survey focussing on remuneration after its first edition in 2018. The report examines salary and non-monetary benefits as well as employment types, charge out rates and required billable hours for PR and Communications professionals at various sectors and competency levels.
Palmerston North City Council is named Supreme winner at the 2020 PRINZ Awards for its entry He Ara Kotahi: the pathway that got a city to fall back in love with its river.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has awarded Life membership to Catherine Arrow in recognition of her significant service over many years. PRINZ also inducted two new Fellows: Lee Harris, Pike River Recovery Agency, and Michele Hider, Priority Communications.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) announces 25 finalists in the 2020 annual industry awards following judging by senior public relations and communications professionals.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 developments, it is with regret, that the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management and Public Relations Institute of New Zealand announce that the World Public Relations Forum scheduled for October 2020 in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand is postponed.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) is calling for nominations for new Fellows. We encourage you to consider who within our industry is deserving of a nomination.
We are doing all we can at PRINZ to deal with the challenge of COVID-19.
Many in our industry are facing unprecedented challenges as the wider economic impacts of COVID-19 take hold across New Zealand and the world. We are hearing about clients and organisations postponing or putting on hold PR programmes. We are hearing about layoffs. These should be temporary measures and we do expect to see the industry return to normalcy.
Last week, PRINZ made Sir Robert Fenwick KNZM KStJ an Honorary Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand shortly before he died in Auckland, honouring a man whose career linked public relations, business, politics and the environment.
We are pleased to announce that Julien Leys has been elected as Chair of PRINZ College of Fellows.
PRINZ has released the key findings from the latest PRINZ Research First Insights Report that examines members’ engagement level, approaches and attitudes towards professional development.
The new Life member and Fellows have been recognised for their contribution to public relations at the PRINZ annual awards ceremony where they were inducted by PRINZ Immediate Past President, Felicity Price and Chair of the PRINZ College of Fellows, Fiona Cassidy.
PRINZ Supreme Award Winner – Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
The Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand has been awarded the Supreme Awards for it’s entry ‘Fly your drone – using wit to regulate unwitting pilots’ at the 2019 annual PRINZ Awards.
The ‘Fly your Drone’ campaign took complex aviation rules and turned them into simple and engaging animated videos to highlight drone safety. The campaign also won the Public Sector Public Relations award category.
Public relations professionals, academics and students from across the world will be heading to Auckland, New Zealand (Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa) for the 11th World Public Relations Forum to be held in October 2020.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) is calling for applications for PRINZ Board Members.
Following judging by 38 senior public relations and communications practitioners, the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) announces 25 finalists in the 2019 annual industry awards.
It is with heavy hearts that PRINZ advises of the very untimely passing of one of our Fellows, Fiona Cunningham.
Entries have now opened for the 2019 PRINZ Awards - the public relations and communication management industry's celebration of excellence in creativity and professionalism.
PRINZ is reviewing its governance – the way our members direct the things we as an organisation do.
PRINZ has released the latest Research First PRINZ Insights Survey focussing on remuneration. There are two reports – one for in-house professionals and one for those who work in a PR agency.
With our wonderful communications advisor moving overseas, we are looking for a new person to join our small, friendly team in Parnell, Auckland.
In celebration of National Volunteer Week 2018, we would like to recognise and thank our incredible PRINZ volunteers who dedicate their time and expertise to our professional network. As a not-for-profit membership organisation, we won't be able to do what we do without our wonderful group of volunteers.
The Department of Internal Affairs has been awarded the Supreme Award for its entry ‘He Tohu Exhibition’ at the 2018 annual PRINZ Awards.
This campaign, to re-house New Zealand’s iconic constitutional documents, reached the hearts and minds of New Zealanders for a once-in-a-lifetime event that captured national attention. The campaign also won the ‘Marketing Communication – Integrated’ Award category.
The new Life member and Fellows will be recognised for their contribution to public relations at the PRINZ annual awards ceremony where they will be inducted by PRINZ president, Katie Mathison and Chair of the PRINZ College of Fellows, Fiona Cassidy.
Excellence in the public relations profession is again recognised with the announcement of 29 finalists in the 44th Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) annual industry awards.