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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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Lights on with Elizabeth McPherson

Each month, we interview a prominent communication professional about a ‘lights on’ moment they’ve experienced in their career. This month we speak with Senior Producer, New Mac Video Agency, Elizabeth McPherson. Can you describe a major ‘lights on’ moment in your career … an event, occurrence or moment in your career when you learned a...

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Member Musings: Brittany Dupree

Communication and Advocacy Manager, Sacred Heart Mission Tell us about what you do at Sacred Heart Mission My role is diverse. One day I can be in the dining hall shadowing guests and teaching them about the Mission’s work, the next I’m writing a blog or a communication plan, coordinating media, or attending a...

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The robots are coming… in fact, they’re already here

Wayne Aspland A long list of emerging technologies is beginning to have a profound impact on our lives, societies and organisations. In the lead-up to IABC Victoria’s 25 October event – ‘The robots are coming’ – this article looks at some of the many ways in which new technologies are already changing the communications...

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Fusion 2017: Conference wrap up part 3

Couldn’t make it to Singapore for Fusion 2017? Never mind, our official #FusionConf2017 reporter Amanda Dennett has a summary of all the happenings for you here! Day Three: Friday, 25 August The opening keynote for the final day of the conference was by Jim Macnamara, Professor of Public Communication at the University of Technology...

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Fusion 2017: Conference wrap up part 2

Couldn’t make it to Singapore for Fusion 2017? Never mind, our official #FusionConf2017 reporter Amanda Dennett has a summary of all the happenings for you here! Missed Part 1? Day Two: Thursday, 24 August #FusionConf17 officially kicked off on Thursday at the Novotel Clarke Quay, with around 120 attendees from across the Asia Pacific...

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Fusion 2017: Conference wrap up part 1

Couldn’t make it to Singapore for Fusion 2017? Never mind, our official #FusionConf2017 reporter Amanda Dennett has a summary of all the happenings for you here! Day One: Wednesday, 23 August I was so excited to arrive in Singapore for #FusionConf17! I have to admit the humid heat was a shock to the system...

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IABC Victoria supports equality and inclusion for all

We, the Board of IABC Victoria write to express our support for marriage equality. We recognise the right of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) employees, volunteers, clients and customers to live and work free of prejudice and discrimination. This includes the right to marry the partner of their choice. Australians are...

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Authenticity! Trending now; get it while it’s hot

Monthly insights from our esteemed President, Ivan Levacic. In a month of highlights, of brilliant sights, sounds and conversations – when I’ve gone from celebrating the achievements of our profession at the IABC Victoria Bronze Quill Gala, to connecting with our global network at World Conference in Washington DC, and then on to New...

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