Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
Organizing Committee of the PRO PR Conference has announced the names of all speakers in the upcoming 17th edition of this international educational event that brings together leading communications experts from the region and the world.
During the summer it was confirmed that acknowledged Croatian experts will hold lectures at the next year’s conference, including Snježana Bahtijari from Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Ljudmila Bratko Gašpić from HEINEKEN Hrvatska and Dario Gabrić from Erste & Steiermaerkische Bank. Now, the list is joined, among others, by the head of marketing and PR for Eastern and Southeast Europe in Viber Zarena Kancheva, IPRA President Svetlana Stavreva, Communications Director at the World Tourism Organization Marcelo Risi, Head of communications and corporate social responsibility in Renault Oliver Faust, President of FIBEP Maria Laura Garcia and the Communications Director of the European Banking Federation Raymond Frenken.
A lecture on creating a modern monarchy will be given by Patrick Harrison, a renowned British communications consultant and former spokesperson for H.E. The Prince of Wales. Besides the pressing topics of widespread influence of digitization and automation on communication processes, media analyses, socially responsible business and public relations trends, there will also be talk about the recent FIFA World Cup in Russia and the consequences of this event for Russia.
17 lectures and two panel discussions will be held within the 17th PRO PR Conference, as well as the award ceremony of PRO PR Awards, which celebrate individuals who gave special contribution to the development of the public relations profession. The names of the winners in the categories PRO PR Awards, Vision City and Vision Manager will be announced at the end of this year.
The conference will take place from 10 to 13 April 2019, at the hotel Katarina in Selce, Croatia, under the patronage of the International Public Relations Association, the Croatian Public Relations Association (HUOJ), the City of Crikvenica and the Tourist Board of the City of Crikvenica.