Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
By: Adnan Arnautlija
ANA TKALAC VERČIĆ CANDIDATE FOR HUOJ PRESIDENT
Pursuant to Article 15 of the Ordinance on Election in the HUOJ bodies, the Election Commission, on its 3rd session held on 18 October 2017, established a candidate list for elections to HUOJ bodies.
The candidate for president of the Croatian Association of Public Relations is Ana Tkalac Verčić, and candidate for vp is Andreja Berberić.
The candidates for the members of the Management Board are Marina Burazer, Nataša Cesarec Salopek, Igor Ćutuk, Martina Mihordin, Mateja Terek, Dijana Vetturelli, Dubravka Vlajo i Elena Wolsperger Dolezil.
Candidates for the members of the Supervisory Board are: Dunja Bua Maričević, Davor Denkovski, Ermina Duraj, Marina Halužan, Aleksandra Kolarić, Ankica Mamić, Zoran Pucarić i Vlatka Škorić.
The candidates for the Court of Honor are: Lada Aškić, Dražen Dretar, Dražena Lejo, Andreja Pavlović, Tina Puhalo i Vlatka Vučić
REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR THE DIABLOG CONFERENCE
Registrations for the second edition of the DIABLOG conference are open, and tickets at a price of 750 HRK can be purchased through the Entrio system.
The main theme of the second DIABLOG is the measurement of the effects of bloggers and influencers, and a roundtable on this topic will include Jan Jilek of Dotmetric, Matej Lončarić from Joomboos, Nataša Lujanac, digital manager for NIVEA brand for Croatia, and multiple award-winning blogger Ella Dvornik.
Their best campaigns will be presented by Dukat, Avon, Joomboos, BlogBuster and others.
The DIABLOG Conference will be held on November 14 at the Academia Hotel in Zagreb, organized by the Dialog Komunikacije Agency.
RTL ORGANIZING DIGITAL SHAPERS – MEET THE PEOPLE TRANSFORMING CROATIA
Digital transformation is one of the key themes of modern economics, and because of its great importance, this process is often referred to as the fourth industrial revolution. In order to demonstrate good examples of digital transformation and enable education about all of its aspects, RTL will launch the Digital Shapers platform, the highlight of which will be a conference on 30 November in Zagreb.
RTL will bring to Zagreb a number of foreign and domestic experts who will present successful projects in the field of digital transformation through lectures and panels. The conference will also provide participants with workshops on concrete solutions that companies can apply in day-to-day business and launch faster digitization within their organizations.
On this occasion, for the first time the Digital Shaper of Croatia will be selected. This is an award for an individual who has contributed to digitalisation and change of Croatia through their work.
BRUMEN GRAND PRIX AWARDED TO A SERIES OF POSTERS BY NEJC PRAH
At the 8th Biennale of Slovenian design Brumen, the Grand Prix was awarded to a series of posters for the Koordinate zvuka music events, designed by Nejc Prah, and photographed by Klemen Ilovar.
At this year’s Brumen Biennale, 392 projects were entered, of which the International Biennial Jury selected 90 to feature in the Biennale. Describing the winning series of posters for the monthly music events organized by musician Žiga Murko, the jury wrote it is a “fearless, crazy, technically diverse, surprising blend of ideas that are fused in rich details into a truly original and unique design message.” And every single one of the posters from the series is extraordinary! They are designed in a multi-level fashion that encourages the public to interact with them. The graphics are not just well-balanced and eye catching, but appeal to a whole new way of communicating.
Nejc Prah is currently working for the American Business Magazine Bloomberg Businessweek. (Marketing magazine)
HURA EDUCATION IN SELF-REGULATION AND REGULATION IN ADVERTISING ATTENDED BY 27 PARTICIPANTS
Program of education for experts in self-regulation and regulation in the market communications industry was concluded with a lecture on intellectual property by Ana Rački Marinković. The program is organized by the Croatian Association of Communications Agencies (HURA) and was attended by 27 participants who learned in October how they can strengthen their own, but also agency skills in implementing self-regulation.
Along with Ana Rački Marinković, deputy director of the Croatian Institute of Intellectual Property, lectures were also given by Kamilo Antolović, the first permanent court expert witness for advertising and market communications in Croatia and a member of the Court of Honor of HURA, Jakša Barbić, a long-time full professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, and Melita Bestvina, president of the Croatian Society of Judicial Expertise and Assessors. Participants of the education assessed almost all lecturers with excellent grades, and praised the program as professional, inspirational and useful.
In the coming days, attendees will take the final exam, after which the best will enter the unique months-long mentoring program with the Croatian Society of Judicial Expertise and Assessors (HDSVIP), whose aim is to increase the number of court experts for market communications.