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Following the success of the last Media Mingle, with an enormous turnout of mingling media seen busily snapping up delectable slices of pizza, downing free drinks and posing for glamour shots, the next Media Mingle will return to Sale St. Over 150 turned up last month and the event is continuing to grow in popularity, which means you got to get in quick. It's not far away, either: the next installment is Tuesday, 27 April from 6pm, so don't live with a lifetime of regret. Register at www.mediamingle.co.nz.
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Both traditional and social media juggernauts will be very well catered for in the coming days and weeks, with the inaugural Auckland Social Media Club event taking place on Tuesday 9 February at the 42 Below Bar and the next Media Mingle set for 23 February at Honey Bar.
The second installment of Media Mingle, Mingle Bells, took place last week in the dark, underground lair at Clooney. There was quail in spoons, there was champagne in flutes, there were nametags on chests and there were numerous jovial media types engaging in some hearty festive mingling.
Calling all juggernauts, magnates and moguls. Paul Matthews and Alex Erasmus from Bullet PR have organised a bit of a do for the marcomms and media industries, so register online here and head down to the inaugural Media Mingle on 19 November to engage in, as the title suggests, some ...