Following requests from EUPRIO members the deadline for registering for EUPRIO’s 2017 annual conference and entering the EUPRIO Awards is being extended by a week to Tuesday June 20.
The conference opens with a welcome reception on the evening of Thursday June 29 and runs until 2 July and is being hosted by the University of Mannheim, Germany in cooperation with the German federal association of university communication professionals, Bundesverband Hochschulkommunikation.
The EUPRIO Awards give public relations and communication professionals the chance to shine for their outstanding campaigns and activities and entry is free, but you need to register for the conference to take part.
To register for the conference go to https://www.euprio.eu/mannheim-conference-2017/conference-registration-2/
To read more about the entry requirements for the EUPRIO Awards, look here.
The 2017 EUPRIO conference is being sponsored by easydb.digitalasset made by programmefabrik who will be running a workshop; Die Zeit publishing group which publishes Germany’s leading opinion-forming newspaper; and JobTeaser, the first European recruitment solution for talented young people integrated into universities.
Workshop on managing digital assets
Programmfabrik GmbH will be presenting a special workshop, repeated twice on Friday 30 June, on Digital Asset Management (DAM) led by chief marketing and operations officer, Sebastian Klarmann. He has helped to introduce the company’s easydb as standard software to improve the handling of digital images in PR and marketing at more than 30 universities since 2007.
Sebastian says: “Universities are huge institutions that produce, manage, and reuse thousands of assets like images, audio, video, print material, presentations, and other media data and they have a wide range of users with different IT skills and needs.
“A DAM system reconciles all requirements and competences when dealing with digital assets. It is a professional software for the management of media data and an easy to use tool for finding and sharing information at once.”
Programmfabrik will also raffle an iPad during the conference. For more information about easydb, see https://www.programmfabrik.de/easydb/digital-asset-management-system/
DIE ZEIT is read by more than two million readers weekly and has supported previous EUPRIO conferences. Founded in 1946 in Hamburg, DIE ZEIT is published every Thursday and specialises in politics, economy, culture, science, education, society, travel and history. The newspaper is widely used to advertise posts for academics and scientists in research and higher education. See www.jobs.zeit.de and www.academics.de
JobTeaser was founded in 2008 as the first recruitment platform in Europe for students and recent graduates and has set itself the goal of ‘facilitating and reinventing the professional integration of talented young people’. It does this by providing colleges and universities with ‘the Career Centre by JobTeaser’ – an innovative career platform to facilitate recruiter access to talented young people. See https://www.jobteaser.com/en/home for more information about JobTeaser.
STORY: Nic Mitchell
PHOTO: University of Mannheim