PRINKS connects Australian comms professionals and aspirants for the benefit of both individuals and the industry.

PRINKS is open to those in journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, digital, social media and other comms pursuits.

Whether via our blog, Facebook page, Twitter or over a glass of wine, PRINKS encourages all people to share ideas, insights and experiences for the benefit of the communications industry.

Our values are:

  1. Community first – we have a no sell policy: everything is done without vested interest and for the benefit of the community
  2. Inclusive – we are inclusive across communications disciplines, age groups and levels of experience
  3. Relationship focused – we value both online and offline networking, and strongly believe in the power of face-to-face relationship building
  4. Generous – we believe in sharing insights, experience and connections with others to benefit individuals and the industry.

We’re proudly supported by the team at the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) and do our best to blend useful industry information with informal relationship building.

We host regular monthly events in Sydney and Melbourne – for upcoming events, please visit our Facebook page.

If you’d like to know more about the people behind PRINKS, please view our team page.

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