In this month's TechCommWire: Thanks to everyone who submitted a quote on one of our social channels or who participated in voting! Check out the winning quote below, and don't forget to get your registration in now to take advantage of our earlybird rate! Meet our new Wellington Branch Coordinator, Megan Bennett, and get the low down on Welly's revival. Don't forget to renew your membership!
From the President
Happy July! It was great to see such a good response to our quote competition. Thanks to everyone who submitted a quote on one of our social channels or who participated in voting. As always, I’d like to remind you about our conference. And also to give a huge shout out to Kaye Churches, our wonderful conference organiser. Please make Kaye happy and get your registration in soon! I’m also delighted to announce that we have a new Wellington Branch Coordinator, Megan Bennett, and Wellington branch will be hosting an event in August.
Wellington branch report – we’re back!
A weeknight in the first week of August is an ambitious date to keep a Wellingtonian out after dark. But perhaps the lure of a warm place, drink in hand and some great people to chat with might just do it. Yep, we’re starting regular Wellington branch meetings again for TechCommNZ. First up is SEO tips and tricks with Ryan McMillan from Atlas Digital. And just a general catch up because it’s been a while! We’re also lucky enough to have Write offer their rooms to meet in - a central cosy spot with great facilities. Did I mention there’d be drinks and nibbles, too?
And the WINNER is...
Thank you to everyone who participated in the quote competition! You have spoken, and the winner is...
Don't forget to renew your membership!
It's that time of year again! If you are a TechCommNZ member, you'll need to renew your membership before 30 September 2019. If you're not a member yet, we strongly urge you to join up!
Let's Tech Communicate
In this month's Let's Tech Communicate: Learn to love the little things and improve your user experience with micro-interactions. Then, what's right is wrong, and what's wrong is left; words still matter. Take up your shield and sword – you'll need them. Every tech comm project is a monster and it's your job to subdue it. And if that's not frightful enough, get ready to make (and master) small talk in awkward professional situations.