Author: Editor

Katarina Farrell, N2N’s Agency Leader recently spoke at a PRIA event on why self-care is the key to success in PR. See her thoughts below. Public Relations is one of the most dynamic, interesting and ever-changing industries going around – and it can be incredibly...

Whether you’re a cricket fan or not, the sport has dominated conversations and column inches over the last few weeks. Regardless of your personal view on the issue or the fallout, it’s been a fascinating study in the execution of crisis communications. The Australian public expected...

Automation has become the discussion of the year—the zeitgeist of 2017. What will the future of work look like with AI and automation becoming more prevalent? Will any of us actually have jobs in an imminent new world driven by computerisation and robotics? Valid questions—which...

Earlier this month David Thodey, Chairman of the CSIRO Board, spoke at a Crescent Institute event titled ‘CSIRO – The silent shapers of our future, or mere scientists?’ The event was well attended, with audience members ranging from clinical scientists to management consultants, all curious to...

Last year as I stared down the gun of my final year at university, I decided I needed more experience (and more confidence) before I attempted my entry into the realm of full time work. So, to save you some time, and potentially your sanity,...

At Herd, we’ve experienced plenty of change over the years but we’ve always stayed focused on what matters to us: - Winning and executing technically brilliant work for our clients - Building great careers for our ambitious, talented team - Pushing ourselves and our clients creatively and strategically - Having...

Speaking on a PRIA panel last night with some folks from the industry about creative story-telling, I was reminded why we as PR people are so well placed to help brands navigate the world of story-telling.  Here’s why:   Boundary scanning Our role is to help brands understand...