PRO.PR 2013

The 11th PRO.PR Conference is knocking on your door…

13.03.2013 – 16.03.2013, Opatija, Croatia

The PRO.PR Conference 2013 will connect the leading experts in the field of communication management from Southeastern Europe, bringing them new knowledge and experiences from different countries. Croatia is hosting this year’s PRO.PR and the city Opatija with Limburnia Hotels will host this tailor made conference where we expect more than 170 participants who will have the opportunity to upgrade their knowledge and skills through 12 lectures and three panel discussions.
 
PRO.PR 2013 is knocking on your door and be sure to put it into your schedule!

Programe

WEDNESDAY March 13, 2013
14:00-18:30
Check in
 
19:00-21:00
Dinner
 
21:00
Relaxing moments after the trip
 
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THURSDAY March 14, 2013
08:30-09:00
Check in
 
09:00-09:45
Vojko Obersnel (Mayor of the City of Rijeka): Public Relations – Need or Necessary Evil?
 
09:45-10:30
Dejan Kukrić (BHT1’s Head of Entertainment and music, Member of the Reference group EBU); 20 Years of Eurosong in Bosnia and Herzegovina – How We Cried and Laughed
 
10:30-10:45
Networking in motion
 
10:45-11:30
Cormac Smith (Chairman of LG communications): The Evolution of Reputation Management in UK Local Governement
 
11:30-12:15
Ph.D. Galin Borodinov (CEO of PR Point and part-time professor at Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski): Public Relations in Bulgaria – Going Digital at Will, Going Digital by Need
 
12:30-14:30
Lunch
 
14:45-15:30
Mitja Blagajac (Marketing and Sales Manager at Večer): Confidence – Motto of the 21.st Century
 
15:30-17:00
Panel discussion (Moderator: Jasna Bolanča Popović, Paletedesign): Love, Status, Chinese, Micro Websites
 
18:00-19:30
Sightseeing of Opatija
 
19:30
Dinner
 
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FRIDAY March 15, 2013
09:00-09:45
Julijana Mikulić Jurković (Brand Manager Dnevni list, Editor – in – Chief Banka Magazine): Branding of the State- A New Strength
 
09:45-10:30
Pavel Bulowski (Social Bakers) and Melisa Tolja (Director of Digital Communications, Apriori Communications): Social Media
 
10:30-11:00
Networking in motion
 
11:00-11:45
Olivera Međugorac (Director for Corporate Communication and Marketing Services, Nestle Adriatic): Challenges of the 21st Century and the New Role of Food Industry
 
11:45-12:30
Darko Popović (Director of the Promotion, Pink TV): Contemporary PR ‘Wars’ Among Commercial Television Stations in Balkan
 
12:30-14:00
Lunch
 
14:00-14:45
Andrey Barranikov (CEO of SPN Ogilvy, Chairman of AKOS, Vice President of RASO): Embracing 1/7 of the Land: How to Make Nationwide PR Campaigns in Russia
 
14:45-15:00
Networking in motion
 
15:00-17:00
Panel discussion (Moderator: Alex Aiken, Head of Government Communications for the UK Government): Communication and Public Affairs
 
19:20
Gala dinner in Crystal Hall of Kvarner Hotel (10 minutes walk from the Ambasador Hotel)
 
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SATURDAY March 16, 2013
09:30-10:15
Ph. D. Stanislav A.Naumov (President of RPRA): Open Management – Open Society
 
10:15-11:00
Ph.D. Trevor Morris (University of Westminster): Public Relations Will Become More Professional, But Will Never be a Proffesion
 
11:00-11:15
Networking in motion
 
11:15-12:45
Panel discussion (Moderator: Richard Linning, member of IPRA’s organizing board and visiting professor on the North Carolina University): Let the People Speak
 
12:45
Certificate Award
 
13:00-15:00
Lunch
 
15:00
Check out
 
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Presenters

 
Pannel discussions
We are proud to present you the three panel discussions that are going to be held on the next PRO.PR Conference. The discussions will be moderated by:
 
Mr. Alex Aiken, Head of Government Communications for the UK Government, Theme – Communication and Public Affairs

Mrs. Jasna Bolanča Popović, Paletedesign; Theme – Love, Status, Chinese, Micro Websites

Mr. Richard Linning, member of International Public Relations Association organizing board and visiting professor at the North Carolina University; Theme – Let the People Speak

Lecturers on the 11th PRO.PR Conference are:

Mr. Vojko Obersnel, Mayor of the City of Rijeka. Theme: Public Relations – Need or Necessary Evil?

Mr. Dejan Kurkić, BHT1’s Head of Entertainment and music, Member of the Reference group EBU; Theme – 20 Years of Eurosong in Bosnia and Herzegovina – How We Cried and Laughed

Mr. Andrey Barranikov, CEO of SPN Ogilvy, Chairman of AKOS, Vice President of RASO); Theme – Embracing 1/7 the Laud: How to Make Nationwide PR Campaigns in Russia

Ph.D. Galin Borodinov, CEO of PR Point and part-time professor at Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski; Theme – Public Relations in Bulgaria – Going Digital at Will, Going Digital by Need

Mr. Cormac Smith, Chairman of LG Communicatons; Theme – The Evolution of Reputation Management in UK Local Governement

Mrs. Melisa Tolja, Director of Digital Communications Department, Apriori Communications; Theme – Social Media

Mrs. Olivera Međugorac, Director for Corporate Communication, Nestle Adriatic; Theme – Challenges of the 21st Century and New Food Technology

Mr. Darko Popović, Director of the Promotion, Pink TV; Theme – Contemporary PR “Wars” Among Commercial Television Stations in Balkan

Mrs. Julijana Mikulić Jurković, Brand Manager DL (daily newspaper Dnevni List), Editor in chief of Newsletter Magazine Banke u BiH, Project Manager at Agency Synergy REK. Theme: Branding of the State – A New Strength

Mr. Stanislav A. Naumov, President of RPRA. Theme: Open Management – Open Society

Ph.D. Trevor Morris, University of Westminster; Theme – Public Relations Will Become More Professional, But Will Never be a Proffesion

Gallery of event