News

Yearly Trumpet winner announced Yearly Trumpet winner announced

Yearly winner Sally Wiber (R) nominated by colleague Emma Pearson (L) Today, we announced... 

Ogilvy PR Puts Faith In Stuart Smith’s Turnaround Skills Ogilvy PR Puts Faith In Stuart Smith’s Turnaround Skills

Every business likes to think it is special. Among the big global PR networks, however,... 

Ogilvy PR retain top spots in 2014 creative ranking Ogilvy PR retain top spots in 2014 creative ranking

Ogilvy PR has retained the top spots in the Holmes Report’s third annual ranking... 

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Case studies

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... 

Fitness First launched its new brand Fitness First launched its new brand

Challenge:  In 2012, not-for-profit organisation febfast engaged Ogilvy PR to raise... 

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Blog

Microsoft boss urges executive women to disrupt the status quo Microsoft boss urges executive women to disrupt the status quo

All eyes were on one of Australia’s most successful executives and passionate advocate for workplace gender equality, Pip Marlow – Managing Director of Microsoft Australia – at Executive Women Australia’s latest Masterclass. Drawing on her own experiences, Pip delivered a lively, interactive and often candid presentation that included insights... [Read more]

Don’t get stuck in your chair Don’t get stuck in your chair

Megan Caulfield, Senior Strategist Ogilvy Impact Keeping people glued attentively to their seats was not a hard ask for The Hon Helen Coonan at last week’s Executive Women Australia Masterclass session. But for the former Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate, women need to avoid languishing in what she terms the “sticky chair”. In discussing... [Read more]

Women in media teach us a confidence trick or two Women in media teach us a confidence trick or two

‘Intimate’, ‘honest’ and ‘real’ are all good ways to describe last Wednesday night’s discussion on ‘The Confidence Trick’ – the MEAA’s latest networking event in Sydney for #womeninmedia. There were few in the audience who weren’t nodding in agreement when Angela Priestly, founding editor of Women’s Agenda and author... [Read more]

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