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Of Trumpets and Violins

Saying 2017 has been an interesting year to be a communicator is a little like saying Donald Trump has slightly weird hair. In the first full year of the new post-truth world, the purpose, validity and credibility of the work we do has come under scrutiny like never before.  Technology and social networks have...

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Comms in 2018… the voice of the CEO

Okay, it’s that time of the year again. Holidays. Families. Friends. Celebrations (like our end of year celebration we hope you’re all attending). And, of course, predictions. At around this time every year, the guru hordes magically emerge from their hidey-holes, replete with crystal balls and the ability to stare knowingly into the distance....

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The robots are coming: event re-cap and a new discussion paper

IABC Victoria’s most recent event and a newly released discussion paper aim to spark a conversation about the future of communications in an age of rampaging technology. Download a copy of the new discussion paper – ‘The robots are coming: AI, automation and the future of communications’. Last week’s IABC Victoria event saw a...

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Member Musings: Margot Gorski

Director: PR Matters Tell us about what you do I work with a range of clients, mainly on media campaigns but also on their communications needs more broadly. In any week we could be promoting an event, launching an academic report or a new product, and perhaps managing an issue that’s come up for...

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Member Musings: Mairi Barton

Chief Executive: Pinch Yourself Communication Tell us about what you do I love working with organisations to help them make the most of the good things and the best of the bad things through the use of effective communication and stakeholder engagement. I believe communication has a critical role in creating the right internal...

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Member Musings: Ross Monaghan

Lecturer at Deakin University When did you join IABC Victoria? I joined IABC when I was at University, back in the 1980s. Although I don’t have continual membership, I would probably have at least 20 years of membership under my belt. Why did you become an IABC Victoria member? I became a member because...

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Why soft is the new hard and what that means for communicators

In the lead up to IABC’s 25 October event – ‘The rise of the robots’ – we explore a rather unexpected shift that’s hidden deep inside the current wave of technology-based automation. This shift is ironic. It’s counter-intuitive. And it has enormous implications for the role and importance of corporate communication. It’s the fact...

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2018 Gold Quill Awards call for entries is now open!

If you’re thinking of having a crack at entering the 2018 Gold Quill Awards and don’t know where to start, come meet Saania Habeeb and other experts at our free Gold Quill Awards Roundtable on Thursday 19 October. We recently caught up Saania, who graduated last year with a Bachelor of Communications (Public Relations) from...

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