APRIL 11 PROGRAM - IT'S 2012: PR MEASUREMENT FOR THE NEW DECADE

04/11/12

*** IMPORTANT NOTE (APRIL 9, 2012) ***
Due to the positive response for this program, we have added a limited amount of additional seating for those interested in attending this event. To reserve your seat(s), please RSVP to programs@prsahawaii.org. Only cash or check payments will be accepted from today. Walk-ins will be accommodated on a space available basis.

PRSA Hawaii thanks Outrigger Hotels & Resorts for its generous support of our April program!

                                                           

Despite the rejection of the "advertising value equivalency (A.V.E.)" as an accepted industry measure by all professional public relations organizations worldwide, many in Hawaii continue to use the method to define public relations success. By doing so, one might argue that we as an industry are trivializing our true public relations worth by measuring column inches and impressions, instead of focusing on measuring what really matters. So, how can we better communicate our value and success to our bosses and clients?

Nationally-renowned measurement expert and author Katie Paine, founder and CEO of KDPaine & Partners, LLC, will address this topic and more in her presentation. She is the author of the recently released Measure What Matters, Online Tools for Understanding Customers, Social Media Engagement, and Key Relationships, as well as the popular text book, Measuring Public Relationships. She is the publisher of the first blog kdpaine.blogs.com and The Measurement Standard, the first such publication dedicated entirely to measurement and accountability. Prior to launching KDPaine & Partners in 2002, Katie was founder and president of The Delahaye Group, with was sold to Mediallink Worldwide, Inc. in 1999. She is also a Senior Fellow and Advisory Board member of the Society for New Communications Research.

Katie will provide a big picture overview of measurement in the 21st century, covering:

  • Where we've been and where we are headed
  • The Barcelona Principles of Measurement and what they mean for the profession. How will they impact your day-to-day activities?
  • How you can use PRSA's Business Case for Public Relations
  • What "Best in Class" measurement programs look like
  • Best tools available today
  • Wither measurement? Where we are headed and how you'll measure results in five years

WHEN:
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
11:30 a.m. - Registration
12:00-1:15 p.m. - Program 

WHERE: 
The Plaza Club
Pioneer Plaza
900 Fort Street Mall, 20th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813 

COST (includes lunch buffet of soup, salad and sandwiches/wraps):
$30 - PRSA Hawaii Chapter Members & PRSSA Student Members
$35 - PRSA National Members
$45 - Non-Members
$25 - Live Stream PRSA Members
$40 - Live Stream Non-Members

PARKING:
Validated parking available in Pioneer Plaza for $6 (two hours). $2.75 per half hour thereafter.

REGISTER NOW!
Register online or for cash/check payments, please RSVP to programs@prsahawaii.org. Payment can be made at door on day of the event or can be mailed in advance to: PRSA Hawaii, P.O. Box 3566, Honolulu, HI 96811. Credit card payment will not be accepted at the door.

OR

JOIN VIA LIVE STREAM OPTION: As an added benefit, particularly for our neighbor island members and colleagues, we will be LIVE STREAMING this program thanks to our partners at Adstreamz. The cost is $25 for members and $40 for non-members. If you wish to join us in this virtual fashion, please RSVP via Acteva or email programs@prsahawaii.org. You will receive the URL and password to access the program via email. Participants will be able to submit questions or comments via the live stream chat window or by tweeting @PRSAHawaii. See you online!  

Due to the increased cost of doing business, reservations made via credit card will be assessed a nominal processing fee.

For more information, please contact Programs Chair Nathan Kam via email or call 808-539-3471.

Reservation and Cancellation Policy:
Advance registration will close at 3 p.m. on the day prior to the event. After that, a $5 walk-in fee will apply. Due to out-of-pocket expenses incurred, there is a $5 cancellation fee for reservations made via credit card; no refunds will be issued for cancellations received after the deadline; and no- shows will be invoiced.


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