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President’s Update – June 2016

As the first real signs of serious Melbourne winter began to settle in, it was an absolute treat to relocate myself to New Orleans for a crazy week of 30+ degrees and 100% humidity. It’s an interesting city with some intriguing history and more fabulous stories tellers per square kilometre than anywhere else I...

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Our favourites: websites for comms gold

The internet is an amazing resource to find almost anything we need. As comms practitioners, most of us rely on the internet to fact-check, research, share and connect. We asked a couple of our current Board members which websites they rely on for their ‘comms gold’. Are these sites you use too? Did we...

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Meet student ambassador, Ida

  Did you know that IABC Victoria has an active student and graduate community? We call it our New Communicators Network. With student ambassadors at four of Melbourne’s universities, and an active Facebook group sharing news and job opportunities, if you’re a student or recent graduate, get it touch! Ida Holmen is an International...

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Comms 360º survey results are (finally!) here

  In June 2015, Coral Communications, in partnership with IABC Victoria and RMIT, launched a survey to determine the alignment between communicators, their clients and Academia. We shared our initial findings in September last year, and after analysis and refinement, we are pleased to share the completed report. “Today’s in-house Communicators are closely aligned...

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It’s IABC Member Month

    March is Member Month at IABC. If you are considering an IABC membership or are ready to renew your existing membership, here are the top five reasons you should get moving in March.  To sign up or renew your membership visit – https://www.iabc.com/membership/ Reason #1 – Invest in your career As an...

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Is internal the ‘beige’ of the comms world?

PR Warrior Trevor Young dropped a bombshell at the IABC Victoria Be Heard event on 24 February when he suggested his experience of internal comms was that their outputs were often a bit ‘beige’. Rather than being a comment on the practitioners, Trevor suggested this ‘beigeness’ was usually an outcome of organisational culture that...

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Meet Jason Berek Lewis

IABC Victoria Member and volunteer Jason Berek Lewis tells us about the best day in his career (so far…) I recently experienced the best day of my career (so far). I didn’t secure an angel investor for a start up, I didn’t score front page coverage, I didn’t sign up an endorsement from an...

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