PRINZ Conference 2012
Communities are places where we come together. But today place becomes space and physically located communities are inter-layered with communities of interest.
How does our sense of geographic place fit with the creation of new worlds in cyberspace? How do the two states co-exist and interact? And, how do we communicate effectively when our audiences are online as often as they are on-the-ground?
Understanding how communities are changing and the forces that drive them will inform successful communications practice for the next decade. A line-up of local and international speakers will offer case studies, research and insights to help address our changing world as community shapes and reshapes through environmental, social, cultural and economic change.
Day one: 8:30am - 5:00pm - followed by networking
Day two: 8:30am -5:00pm - followed by the 38th Annual PRINZ Awards function
Registration opens in February 2012