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Latest news from Hughes Public Relations - May 2014

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Earlier this month we helped bridge the gap between current PR practitioners and the next generation. Our "No Spin" networking event was attended by more than 70 final year university students. We asked for their thoughts regarding changes in the media industry over the next five years. View their responses in this short video
 

Support Simon for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout 

Simon Hatcher will replace Tim as our office representative this year for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout on June 19.

Simon will join CEOs from leading SA businesses to brave the elements and sleep outside to experience just how tough it is for the thousands that sleep rough every night. To donate to Simon's fundraising efforts click here.

About Time at Adelaide Cemeteries Authority

Adelaide Cemeteries Authority's (ACA) West Terrace Cemetery is hosting more than 20 tours and community events throughout May as part of About Time - SA’s History Festival. 

Hughes PR recently worked with ACA on its Monumental Masons Day event which saw members of the Monumental Masons Association showcase their profession and give back to the community by repairing damaged headstones.

ABC TV and radio covered the event. Click here to listen to an ABC 891 radio interview about The Art of Monumental Masonry.

How LinkedIn is your business?

LinkedIn – it’s evolved from a recruitment tool into a business development tool.

Is your LinkedIn profile accurately reflecting your role within your business, and how are you ensuring LinkedIn is attracting the right kind of attention for you?

Hughes PR can help you create LinkedIn profile pages for your business, for your employees, or review your current presence. We can also provide LinkedIn training to your team so that they are using the platform effectively. For more information please contact Kate here

One of the many faces of cancer 

In January 2004, our Digital Video Production Manager - Lyndal Redman - battled cancer. Read Lyndal's story here.  

When charity organisation The Many Faces of Cancer (MFOC) approached Hughes to help support this year's charity dinner, Lyndal's previous battle was all the motivation we needed.

MFOC raises funds for cancer research and the services that support people with cancer. The charity dinner on June 14 still has seats available. Click here for further details.
 
(L-R) CIC Australia CEO Col Alexander OAM, SA Premier Jay Weatherill and CIC Australia Regional General Manager SA/NT/WA Geoff Smith

CIC celebrates 10 years in South Australia

Congratulations to CIC Australia which earlier this month celebrated its 10th anniversary since entering the South Australian property development industry.

Over the past decade, Hughes PR has been proud to provide communications support to CIC for a number of innovative development projects across SA and the Northern Territory.

Hughes PR also helped facilitate a prominent business story in The Advertiser to mark CIC’s latest milestone last week, which the company celebrated with local business and political leaders at a special VIP event.
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