Latest news from Hughes Public Relations - September 2014
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Our team enjoyed hearing from some inspiring and interesting presenters at Marketing Week last month, click here for a blog post about some of the key lessons that we learnt. Read on for more Hughes News. 

The evolution of PR

This month we are gathering information about the ongoing transformation of the PR industry, with a particular focus on how Adelaide organisations manage their communications and marketing activities. The document is being guided by feedback from marketing professionals across all industries. To participate in the survey click here

Ground breaking Vue

11,500 cubic metres of concrete, 750 tonnes of steel reinforcement and 8,000 square metres of glass will be used to construct the 85 metre Vue building on King William.

The ground was broken at the site for Adelaide’s tallest residential building by SA Premier Jay Weatherill earlier this month. For more information watch this Hughes video news release.  

TAFE SA resources training hub open for business

The $38.3 million Mining, Engineering and Transport (MET) Centre at TAFE SA Regency Campus will help deliver training for the 25,000 new workers projected to be required by mining, transport, defence, engineering and allied industries over the next five years.

The MET Centre will ensure SA has a locally trained workforce for industries that drive the State’s economic prosperity.

Hughes PR worked closely with TAFE SA and the Premier's media unit to secure strong media and stakeholder engagement for the opening of the MET Centre. For more information click here.  

Changing one life at a time

Earlier this year, Hughes PR's Video Production Manager - Lyndal Redman, spent four days in the Flinders Ranges with our charity partner Operation Flinders.  

Lyndal filmed a series of short documentaries showing the remarkable transformation of participants as a result of the program.  View this video showing Alison's transformation.


Darwin development opens door to young homebuyers 

Darwin’s newest residential development – The Heights, Durack – has set a new benchmark in entry-level yet high quality housing in the Northern Territory. 
Hughes PR worked with developer CIC Australia to project manage a VIP event on-site. Dignitaries included the NT Minister for Lands, Planning and the Environment and Charles Darwin University’s Vice-Chancellor. 
Hughes PR also managed media opportunities to promote the occasion, with subsequent media coverage generated through Channel 9, the NT News and Palmerston Sun. To read more, click here
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