Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
One of the most popular regional PR conferences, PRilika, traditionally organized by the Serbian Public Relations Association, will be held on 6 December at the Just and Lobby Club. The 9th edition of the conference will include some of the most famous international and local experts in the field of technology, communications, design and public relations who will talk about global trends, and will present to the participants the current events and directions of communication development.
“At the previous conference we introduced to the participants the use of technologies such as VR, AR, interactive billboards, and this year we look at communication as a form of art, which the practitioners of this profession demonstrate on a daily basis. We will observe the art of communication through visual, mental, verbal and emotional aspects, and will observe how each segment affects change and improvement of relations with target audiences. Following this conference’s tradition, this year, we have gathered a large number of renowned experts, who together will make this event a top opportunity for quality dialogue, sharing regional experience and networking with colleagues,” said Jelena Šarenac, chair of the DSOJ Steering Board.
This year’s conference under the slogan The Art of Communication addresses topics that cover design, technology, neurosciences and creativity, all in order to better understand how communication works in 2018, and what transformations we can expect in communication in the coming years.
Among the participants this year, the audience will have the opportunity to hear: Slavimir Stojanović, a renowned Belgrade designer, who is one of the 100 most influential graphic designers today according to Taschen publishing house; Milka Forcan, one of the DSOJ founders and senior consultants; Barta de Vries, Chairman of IPRA and longtime director of the oldest Dutch PR agency Holander van der Mej; José Cordeiro, international associate of the World Academy of Sciences and Arts, Executive Director of the Ibero-American Futurist Network (RIBER), Project Manager of Millennium Project and HumanityPlus, and founder of the University of Singularity at the NASA Research Park; Nataša Đukanović, marketing director at DoMEn, which contributed to the development of companies in three different fields of business – aerospace, banking and internet business; Radomir Marković, an acknowledged expert for social networks and electronic media, leader and editor of the popular television show eTV; Maxim Behar, former ICCO president and founder of PR agency M3 Communication Group, currently the most successful agency in Bulgaria; prof. Dr. Vesna Damnjanović, Founder and Director of the Belgrade Business International Case Competiton, which is among the top 12 in the world; Predrag Milićević, Marketing and Communication Sector Manager at Serbia’s National Internet Domain Register.
Panel discussion on Experiences and challenges of lobbying in the region will be moderated by Dejan Novaković, director of Adriatic Council with guests from the region: Rašeljka Maras, Croatia and Dominika Švarc, Slovenia.
You can find more about the conference at: http://prilika.pr.org.rs/