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Corporate Affairs Roundtable Lunch – Managing Your Brand Corporate Affairs Roundtable Lunch – Managing Your Brand

L-R Susan Redden Makatoa, Kieran Moore, The Hon. Patricia Forsythe and Peter Taylor Ogilvy... 

The Parker & Partners’ guide to MYEFO 2014 The Parker & Partners’ guide to MYEFO 2014

It’s hard to argue with the numbers in the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook... 

Australia wins Ogilvy PR Professional Achievement Awards Australia wins Ogilvy PR Professional Achievement Awards

Ogilvy PR Australia received some great news overnight that we won an award at the... 

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Case studies

Al Jazeera brand campaign Al Jazeera brand campaign

This month, the Howorth team were tasked with the job of launching the new Al Jazeera... 

The Climate Institute The Climate Institute

Challenge:  In spite of storied history and impressive track record of delivering... 

The Australian Veterinary Association The Australian Veterinary Association

Challenge:  There are 10,000 registered vets in Australia. Their representative... 

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Personal narrative creates change Personal narrative creates change

Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner and named as Westpac’s 2014 Woman of Influence, shared her belief in the power of sharing personal stories to effect change at Executive Women’s Australia’s lunch event late last month. On the same day, two reports from the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce were tabled in Parliament, discussing... [Read more]

Victorian Election Wash Up Victorian Election Wash Up

Yesterday’s Victorian election result was nearly 60 years in the making. For the first time since 1955, Victorians have removed a first term government with Daniel “Dan” Andrews and his Australian Labor Party (ALP) taking the helm of the nation’s second largest state economy. A highly disciplined and targeted campaign with an... [Read more]

Senator Lambie suspension likely to cause headaches Senator Lambie suspension likely to cause headaches

The cracks have turned to chasms as Palmers’ not-quite-so United Party succumbs to its own inner turmoil. Somewhat spectacularly, Party Leader Clive Palmer this morning suspended Jacqui Lambie’s rights to attend future party meetings (noting that she’d already missed the past three). At the same time he also demoted her as the Party’s Deputy... [Read more]

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