Short Takes: Communication Without Borders on the 24th of October

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As a very diverse, international company that works in the field of social video and media, the theme of the upcoming World PR Forum really speaks to us!

Communication Without Borders

With a world more globalised and connected and a country more diverse than ever, Communication Without Borders is a reality we all work with daily. We’re excited about being part of a dialogue on how communication is changing our world, our organisations and our profession – and how communication must change as a consequence.

What do the experts say?

Let’s see what the experts in the field of PR have to say about the theme:

So what is the World PR Forum?

Who’s speaking?

We’re very excited about having some world class speakers on the subject at the next Short Takes, it’s going to be a very interesting discussion indeed!

Jon Bisset

Jon is an Executive and Company Director with over 15 years experience at CEO, senior management and Board level.Jon has been involved with some of Australia’s finest peak bodies covering sport, health and ageing, business events, technology, fundraising and association management. Jon is currently the CEO of the Public Relations Institute of Australia, the peak body for public relations and communication professionals in Australia.

Michelle Hutton

Michelle is the Chief Executive of Edelman Public Relations in Australia. Michelle runs the firm’s operations in Australia and in her first eighteen months of leading the business, the agency was named 2011 Australian Consultancy of the Year by the Holmes Report and leading marketing blog Mumbrella. She currently sits on the firm’s global Executive Committee and leads one of Edelman’s international strategy teams. With over 25 years’ experience in the marketing and public relations industry, Michelle is regarded as one of Australia’s leading brand communication experts.

Here’s Michelle discussing Trust:

Clare and Alice Collins

Clare and Alice Collins are the Directors of Insight Communications, a multi award-winning public relations agency specialising in cause, culture, community and health. Clare and Alice also make a unique mother/daughter team offering more than 25 years collective experience in communication management. Their clients have included Ovarian Cancer Australia, Cystic Fibrosis Australia, the RPA Transplant Institute, Dry July, The Big Issue, Bravehearts Inc, the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute and the Asbestos Education Committee. Clare and Alice have worked in the arts and entertainment field and are both founding directors of the board of the newly formed National Youth Theatre Company Foundation.

We’d love to see you there!

Short Takes is happening on the 24th of October, 18.30 at the Hunting With Pixels HQ on level 1, 270 King street in Newtown. The presentations are 20 minutes each, followed by a panel discussion. We start at 19.00 sharp! Tickets are $ 19, book here: Our Event              

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