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IABC Victoria AGM 2011

The 2011 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Victorian Chapter of IABC will be held on Thursday, 18 August commencing 17:30 prompt at Christies Offices, 454 Collins St, Melbourne.   To meet the requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act 1981, IABC Victoria must hold an AGM within five months after the end of the...

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The Future of PR Comms Survey

This week you may have received an email about the Future of PR Comms Research. The IABC Chapters of Australia, proudly supported by Ogilvy PR Australia, invites opinion leaders from the Australian PR communications industry to participate in a ground breaking research study to explore the future of our industry and what PR communications...

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Happy anniversary baby…

Got you on our mi-ind…(with apologies to Little River Band) 5 years… Geoff Barbaro Ross Monaghan Luke Dykes Erin Kurth 10 years Fiona Nixon Thanks for the support, we appreciate it.

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Meet our 2011 Bronze Quill winners!

It may have been a dark and wintery night outside, but inside the Hilton on the Park on 26 May it was all dazzling lights and glamour for the communications industry night of nights! Apart from gathering to enjoy a three-course dinner and stimulating conversation with our peers, we were also there to congratulate...

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President’s Letter – June

Generational change. It’s unnerving hey? There were some fascinating conversations at the Gala Dinner last month about what each generation contributes to the profession. I found the conversations particularly enlightening. I suspect that  we are at a generational change cross-road within IABC Victoria.   And I am not sure what you want to do...

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IABC Global Survey on Social Media

If you have 10 minutes, we would really appreciate it if you can assist with the latest Global Survey from IABC & Prescient Digital. Social media is taking the intranet by storm, but many are confused as to how best to use social media. Your help is needed in determining the how, what, why...

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Member-Get-A-Member promotion in July

Our very popular Member-Get-A-Member promotion is back! For every new professional member you recruit, you get three free months of membership – up to a full year at no charge. We all know the value of word of mouth as a marketing tool, so we invite our IABC members to join the campaign and promote...

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IABC Victoria Member wins World Conference Scholarship!

IABC Victoria Member and one of this year's Gold Quill Merit Award winners, Lelde McCoy of Ogilvy Public Relations has been awarded one of two Head Office World Regional Conference Scholarships. The scholarship includes all of the conference general sessions, the Welcome and Networking Receptions, and the exhibit hall lunch.  Lelde's Gold Quill submission was...

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Want to get more out of your membership?

Volunteering is always a great way to do so! We’re looking for a team of volunteers, three in particular. 1 x Volunteer Be Heard Co-ordinator Be Heards are our after work wine, cheese and discussion groups on a specific topic. The next two have been planned for August (Speed Networking), and November (Community Engagement)...

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Five Victorians awarded Gold!

This year, five Victorians shone as the best of the best in business communication by being named winners of the prestigious IABC Gold Quill Awards! Our winners are Kelly Vandrine and Jon Mills (Bupa Australia), Amy Baird (AIA Australia), Chris Dvoracek (Transform Consulting) and Lelde McCoy (Ogilvy Public Relations) who were selected for recognition...

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IABC Victoria is the world's largest IABC chapter outside North America. Through our active program of communications thought leadership, events, certification and awards, IABC Victoria can offer you professional development, connection to your local and global peers and global recognition that will set you apart from the rest.


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