The next PRINKS Melbourne event will be on Wednesday 28 September, and we would love to see some new and familiar faces joining us for a drink and a chat, to talk shop (or not) at Adelphi Hotel's roof top. There will be complimentary canapés from the delicious kitchen at Om Nom Kitchen & Dessert Bar.
For those newly initiated, PRINKS is an industry networking group for communications professionals (whether you're in PR, advertising, media, marketing, social, or digital) and graduates, designed to build connections and opportunities over a drink or two. All are welcome - feel free to come on your own or invite a friend/colleague. Supported by the PRIA.
A Annual General Meeting of Victorian Members of the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) will be held on Wednesday, 28 September 2016 at the RMIT University.
The business of the meeting is;
The election of the Victorian Division President who also serves as a National Board Member/Director
The election of the Division Councillors.
The next Victorian PRIA breakfast offers a rare opportunity to look into the “watchworks” of news media.
Our presenter, Sushi Das, is a respected journalist and former opinion editor of The Age. Over her 22-year career at the paper she produced the op-ed pages for the last six, before leaving earlier this year. She was responsible for deciding what was published on the opinion pages in print and online. Sushi was also an outspoken columnist for six years before that and spent another 10 years in a number of news editing and reporting roles.
You are invited to celebrate this year’s outstanding public relations and communication campaigns. The results for each category of the Victoria Golden Target Awards will be announced during the presentation.