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    Strong line-up for OPR Australia at the 2014 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards

    August 27, 2014 by  
    Filed under News

    Ogilvy Public Relations Australia is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted for 11 awards across the Diamond and Gold Categories at the 2014 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards.

    “The  Awards showcase the best the public relations industry has to offer and  to be recognised for the high caliber of our work by our industry peers is a tremendous honour,” said Kieran Moore, CEO, OPR Australia.

    “In this rapidly changing world of digital and social media we constantly seek new ways for our clients to engage with their key stakeholders, so we are very excited about the prospect of collecting metal at this year’s Awards ceremony and being recognised for the outstanding campaigns we have delivered.”

    Ogilvy PR Australia’s nominations include:

    AWARD: DIAMOND SABRE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC RELATIONS IN THE C-SUITE

    Category: Reputation Management

    Finalist Nomination: Ogilvy PR Joined Up with Microsoft to ignite an Innovation Movement, Microsoft Australia with Ogilvy Public Relations Australia

    Category: Measurement and Evaluation

    Finalist Nomination: Kronos “Hidden Workforce” Campaign Kronos with Howorth, an Ogilvy Public Relations company

    Finalist Nomination:  Change for the Best: The Re-Launch of Fitness First – Fitness First Australia with Ogilvy PR Health

    AWARD: GOLD SABRE AWARDS GEOGRAPHIC

    Category: AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 
    Finalist Nomination: A Commonwealth of Rock Ancestry.com.au with Howorth, an Ogilvy Public Relations company

    PRACTICE AREAS:

    Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

    Finalist Nomination: Ogilvy PR Joins Up with Microsoft to Ignite an Innovation Movement
    Microsoft Australia with Ogilvy Public Relations Australia

    Category:  CORPORATE MEDIA RELATIONS 
    Finalist Nomination:  GO FURTHER: Reaffirming Ford’s Commitment to the Australian Market
    Ford Australia with Pulse Communications

    Category: SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN 

    Finalist Nomination:  Twitter’s 8th Birthday Celebration, Twitter Australia with Howorth, an Ogilvy Public Relations company

    INDUSTRY SECTORS:

    Category: RESTAURANTS AND FOOD SERVICE 

    Finalist Nomination:  KFC Newsroom, KFC with Ogilvy, Social@Ogilvy

    Category: TECHNOLOGY (CONSUMER) 
    Finalist Nomination:  Canon Shine, Canon with Ogilvy Public Relations

    Category:  CONSUMER HEALTH 
    Finalist Nomination:  Change for the Best: The Re-launch of Fitness First
    Fitness First Australia with Ogilvy PR Health

    Category:   NOT FOR PROFIT
    Finalist Nomination:  Let’s Talk About Death: 2014 National Palliative Care Week Palliative Care Australia with Ogilvy Public Relations

    Across the region Ogilvy Public Relations and its various subsidiaries and operating companies are finalist in a record 40 awards in the Diamond and Gold categories of the 2014 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards.

    This year the Awards  attracted  a record nearly  1,400 entries from across the region, and according to  Christopher Samuel, director of corporate engagement for Monsanto Asia-Pacific and one of the industry leaders who served on this year’s jury,  the entries were “impressive in both quantity and quality” and made for a “robust and competitive,” Award system.

    The winners will be announced on September 18 at the formal Awards Ceremony in Beijing.

    Corporate Affairs Round table lunch discuss G20

    August 27, 2014 by  
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    (L - R) Paul Orton (Director Policy & Advocacy, NSW Business Chamber), Robert Milliner (B20 Sherpa), Arli Millar (Director, Parker & Partners)

    Ogilvy Public Relations joined with the Sydney Business Chamber to hear from Robert Milliner, B20 Sherpa as he discussed the B20 and its relevance to the Sydney Business community.

    Robert spoke to a select group of Corporate Affairs leaders and CEOs outlining the process with which Australian business contributes policy recommendations for the annual meeting of the Group of 20 (G20).

    The G20 goal of increasing the rate of economic growth and the creation of jobs was discussed, including the B20 Australia recommendations concentrating on investment and growth via trade, infrastructure, human capital, finance and transparency. The guests enjoyed the event and saw real value in discussing business concerns amongst their peers.

    Ogilvy Public Relations look forward to the next corporate affairs round table. Engaging, relevant speakers and an opportunity to share business knowledge is where the Sydney Business Chamber provides real value.

    Conga Foods appoints Pulse Communications as its communications agency

    August 26, 2014 by  
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    Sydney, August 25, 2014: Conga Foods, parent company of brands including Val Verde, Moro Olive Oil & Vinegar, DC Coffee, Sole Mare Tuna and Green Valley, has appointed Pulse Communications, part of Ogilvy PR Australia, as its consumer agency of record following a competitive review.

    Anne-Maree Ogilvie, Conga Foods National Marketing Manager, said: “We are pleased to have found a partner who will work with us to ensure our brands grow in popularity and preference throughout Australia, to see our products in more kitchens across the country.

    “The Pulse Communications team understand our business objectives, and have continued some inspiring ideas to help us to achieve them this year, and beyond”, she said.

    Ogilvy PR’s Group Managing Director, Consumer, Richard Brett said: “The team at Pulse Communications is proud to be appointed as Conga Foods’ communications agency. Working across the Conga portfolio, our first project is to launch Val Verde San Marzano P.D.O Peeled Tomatoes. Our enthusiasm for the brands – coupled with our innate love for food – will ensure we deliver outstanding results.

    “Thanks to a robust traditional and social media engagement campaign, and a series of creative consumer and media activations, Conga Foods portfolio will be engaging Australian consumers across the country”, he added.

    Work begins on the account immediately. Pulse Communications is part of Ogilvy PR Australia, a joint venture between WPP and STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group

    Ends.

    About Conga Foods

    For over 60 years, Conga Foods has been providing new flavours for Australians to discover and share. It’s in the company’s heritage to be passionate about food, family and friends. The portfolio of strong brands and fine international products represents the company’s philosophy – a unique zest for life and an Italian spirit of generosity which is lived on to this day. The company stands behinds brands such as Moro, Sole Mare, Val Verde, Zanetti, Green Valley and Saclà and distributes their brands through retail and food service around Australia. The company’s brands can be seen on the shelves of the biggest supermarkets to the small delicatessen on the corner. The company is headquartered in Melbourne with State operations in New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and representation in Western Australia.

     

    About Pulse Communications:
    Pulse Communications is one of Australia’s largest and most awarded consumer communications agencies, made up of over 40 brand consultants across Sydney and Melbourne, with a focus on social and public relations. Clients include Activision, Coca-Cola, eBay, Ford, Huggies, TripAdvisor and UBank. The agency is part of Ogilvy Public Relations, Australia’s largest PR network, which is a joint venture between WPP and STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group. For more information, visit our Website at www.pulsecom.com.au or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pulsecommunications.

     

    About Ogilvy PR Australia:

    Ogilvy PR Australia is the country’s largest PR and public affairs agency with offices in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.  It is 51% owned by WPP and 49% owned by STW.  For more information, visit our Web site at www.ogilvypr.com.au or follow us on Twitter at @ogilvypraus.

    For further information contact:
    Sophie Moll
    Senior Account Manager, Pulse Communications
    02 8281 3868
    sophie@pulsecom.com.au

     

    TechCollect selects Howorth as its communications partner for E-waste awareness campaign

    August 12, 2014 by  
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    August 11, 2014: TechCollect, a free national recycling service for computers, computer accessories and TVs, has appointed Howorth, Ogilvy Public Relations Australia’s specialist business and technology communications consultancy, to create and execute ongoing communications strategies which focus on the responsible disposal and recycling of electronic waste (e-waste).

    TechCollect was established by Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform (ANZRP) in response to the Federal Government’s National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) and is the only not-for-profit industry backed e-waste recycling service approved under the NTCRS. TechCollect’s member companies include many of the world’s biggest technology brands, such as Toshiba, Canon, Epson, HP, Fuji Xerox, Dell and Panasonic.

    Howorth’s remit will cover all areas of TechCollect’s communications activities, working closely with the organisation to drive greater awareness and advocacy for responsible e-waste recycling in Australia through corporate and consumer media relations and stakeholder engagement.

    Tim Fullerton, National Marketing Manager, TechCollect, said: “TechCollect is in an exciting phase of development, and Howorth’s team of specialists stood out during the pitch process by demonstrating a deep understanding of how carefully targeted communications can help us achieve our business objectives and achieve better community and environmental outcomes.”

    “If we allow our e-waste to go into landfill or be disposed of inappropriately, hazardous substances and materials can leak into the soil and impact the environment, and we lose resources with high re-use value. To combat this, we’re dedicated to setting the highest possible standards for responsible recycling, and achieving at least 90 per cent recovery of raw materials.  Our partnership with Howorth will assist us in raising community and industry awareness,” added Tim.

    Australians are among the highest users of technology worldwide, with the collective volume of televisions and computers reaching the end of their useful life expected to reach 181,000 tonnes by 2027-28 – making e-waste one of the fastest growing types of waste.[i]

    Graham White, Managing Director, Howorth said: “TechCollect plays an important role in the community and we’re looking forward to working with the organisation to create broader awareness of the need to dispose of our e-waste responsibly.”

    TechCollect joins Howorth’s impressive client roster which includes Microsoft, Telstra, Canon, Getty Images, Kobo, Ancestry.com.au, Toshiba and Twitter.

    Ogilvy PR Australia is a joint venture between WPP and STW Group, Australia’s leading marketing

    content and communications group.

    ENDS

    For more information please contact:

    Howorth Communications

    Tara Mills

    Tara@howorth.com.au

    03 8695 3511 / 0415 506 014

    STW PR

    Sandra Renowden

    0403 823 218

    ABOUT OGILVY PUBLIC RELATIONS:

    Ogilvy PR Australia is the country’s largest PR and public affairs agency with offices in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.  It is 51% owned by WPP and 49% owned by STW.  For more information, visit our Website at www.ogilvypr.com.au or follow us on Twitter at @ogilvypraus.

    ABOUT TECHCOLLECT:

    TechCollect is a free national e-waste recycling service funded by many of Australia’s

    leading technology importers and manufacturers dedicated to responsible recycling,

    including Toshiba, Canon, Epson, HP, Fuji Xerox, Dell, Panasonic and many others. TechCollect is committed to setting the highest Australian standard for responsible recycling of e-waste. It is Australia’s only Government approved, industry backed, not-for-profit e-waste recycling service under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme. Visit techcollect.com.au for more information and to find your nearest collection site


    [i] Waste Account, Australia, Experimental Estimates, 2013

     

    Women in media teach us a confidence trick or two

    August 4, 2014 by  
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    ‘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 of Women Who Seize the Moment, confessed to having suffered imposter syndrome. This is the inability to recognise your own competence while feeling – despite all evidence to the contrary – like a fraud. Priestly said she spent years waiting to be confident – in business, in life and as a mother. She questioned why women are so much more likely to talk themselves down when compared to their male counterparts and asked what women can do to change this.

    The panel – Chris Bath (Anchor, Channel 7), Kate Torney (Director of news, ABC), Sunanda Creagh (News editor, The Conversation) and Catherine Fox (Journalist, author and former AFR columnist) – took up the challenge and ran with it. All of these women – successful by any measure – revealed they had faced their own confidence issues and freely shared advice for overcoming them.

    Surprising the audience, the panellists referenced moments in their careers where they challenged their skills and ability. When Torney’s boss called her into his office at one point, she thought he was fishing for her opinions on her male colleagues. Instead, he offered her a promotion. Bath thought a request for a meeting from her boss had something to do with her hair. Sunanda noted that nearly all of those itching to get their opinions onto The Conversation were men and urged women to push harder to get their point of view up in lights.

    Acknowledging they had developed their own confidence tricks, the panellists passed on their tips.

    A few takeaways:

    • recognise the skills you have and step up when those skills are needed. Some humility is okay though (phew). Knowing what expertise you don’t have is also a strength.
    • be persistent if you don’t get the outcome you want from a negotiation the first time
    • put yourself out there – you have nothing to lose but everything to gain
    • women should back each other – mentor, speak up when discrimination occurs.

    After the panel discussion, questions came in fast and furious. The audience wanted to know: do you need to act like a bloke to build confidence (no), how do you come across as assertive without being a bitch (practise) and is it possible to step back for a while to focus on family and still get ahead (possible and probably preferable but Australian business still has a cultural problem with this so don’t expect it to be easy).

    Ogilvy Public Relations Australia was pleased to attend this event as part of its partnership with The Walkley Foundation to promote and highlight press freedom and equality, as well as campaigns around the advancement of women working in media. Diversity and inclusion are part of our DNA and we are proud of our own workplace commitment.

     

    Arli Miller, Director – Parker&Partners/Ogilvy Public Relations

    Havaianas Australia appoints Pulse Communications as its communications agency

    July 24, 2014 by  
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    Sydney, July 24, 2014: The Havaianas brand, represented by Aqueo Import and Distribution Pty Ltd in Australia, has chosen Pulse Communications, part of Ogilvy PR Australia, as its consumer agency of record following a competitive review.

    Havaianas Marketing Manager, Emma Kowaleczko, said: “Our aim going into this process was to find an agency that really understood who we are as a brand. As such an iconic name in Australia, we were looking for an agency partner that could support us in everything we do.

    “The Pulse Communications team demonstrated its love and passion for the business, and presented a highly-creative program that will help our brand team engage with all Australians,” she said.

    Ogilvy PR’s Group Managing Director, Consumer, Richard Brett said: “The Pulse Communications team will be working to ensure we deliver the most innovative ideas and campaigns that best represent the Havaianas ethos. Havaianas is a fun, vibrant brand which plays an important role in Australia’s outdoor culture and lifestyle. We look forward to working together to deliver outstanding results.”

    “The programme will include developing new and innovative creative ideas, and building relationships with a range of bloggers, influencers and media,” he explained.

    Klick Communications will continue to represent the Australia Day Havaianas Thong Challenge.

    Work begins on the account immediately.

    Pulse Communications is part of Ogilvy PR Australia, a joint venture between WPP and STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group

    Ends.

    About Pulse Communications:
    Pulse Communications is one of Australia’s largest and most awarded consumer communications agencies, made up of over 40 brand consultants across Sydney and Melbourne, with a focus on social and public relations. Clients include Activision, Coca-Cola, eBay, Ford, Huggies, TripAdvisor and UBank. The agency is part of Ogilvy Public Relations, Australia’s largest PR network, which is a joint venture between WPP and STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group.

    For more information, visit our Website at www.pulsecom.com.au or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pulsecommunications.

    About Ogilvy PR Australia:

    Ogilvy PR Australia is the country’s largest PR and public affairs agency with offices in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.  It is 51% owned by WPP and 49% owned by STW.  For more information, visit our Web site at www.ogilvypr.com.au or follow us on Twitter at @ogilvypraus.


    For further information contact:
    Lena Sachs
    Account Manager
    02 8281 3875
    lena@pulsecom.com.au

    Executive women power up online networking

    July 18, 2014 by  
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    It was standing room only at an Executive Women Australia lunch in Sydney on Friday, a testament to the pulling power of good company, a good lunch and the widespread desire to get more out of LinkedIn

    Tara Commerford, LinkedIn’s head of communications for Australia and New Zealand was the speaker at the EWA workshop event, sponsored by Ogilvy Public Relations.

    The event was billed as LinkedIn’s Seven Secrets to Career Success Workshop and Tara delivered as promised and then some, with a lively discussion rounding out the formal proceedings.

    LinkedIn now has 300 million members worldwide – including six million in Australia. It is the social media platform where our professional lives play out.

    So, how do make sure your LinkedIn presence is acting in your favour? Once Tara took the stage, the tips tumbled out.

    She urged the audience to take control of their executive profile. Substance and style are both important given profiles with professional photos are 14 times more likely to be viewed.

    On the sometimes vexed matter of connections, we were assured it was quality not quantity that mattered so invest time in professional online networks by connecting with people that matter and leave the ‘my network is bigger than yours’ argument to the men.

    Passive is boring so  contribute to relevant debates, stay on top of leading ideas, and don’t be shy of making your voice heard by posting and sharing updates. Join some groups and once you are comfortable with your own brand, think about your company’s. Put a human face to it by sharing activities and milestones.

    We all know that being a couch potato is bad for your health and it turns out to be a bad career move as well. Tara urged the crowd not to get stuck in a comfort zone but to keep moving and to consciously promote adaptability, now a prized commodity in a fast moving world.

    Even if many of us underestimate the impact of our online presence, employers do not. Seven out of 10 businesses have rejected a job candidate because of information found online.

    After Tara’s presentation the questions came thick and fast: how do you get a 70 year old boss to take control of his own profile? How should one manage endorsements and what about LinkedIn business pages?

    Tara handled every question with aplomb which, given she was, in true executive style, jetlagged, was particularly impressive. Ogilvy PR’s Susan Redden Makatoa, who chairs the EWA Advisory Panel, spoke for the room she delivered a heartfelt thanks.

    Emma Connors, Senior Media Strategist, Ogilvy Public Relations

     

    And the winners are . . .

    July 7, 2014 by  
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    Last week, we announced the third round Trumpet winners.  The Trumpets is our formal employee recognition program launched in May 2011. Our company culture is built on our three core Values – Partnership, Learn & Grow and One Step ahead, and the program recognises values-based behaviours across the whole business – from great client work to the way we work with each other and aligned with our social and environmental commitments.

    We have a client team win with Jess Smart, Tom Hunter and Klara Kalocsay, also winning the trophy were Jaquie Potter, Louise Halloran and Justine Taylor all for their excellence team work and going that extra mile for their clients.  Congratulations to all.

     

    Microsoft Australia appoints Ogilvy Public Relations as consumer agency of record

    July 3, 2014 by  
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    Sydney, July 3, 2014: Microsoft Australia has selected Ogilvy Public Relations as its consumer agency of record following a recent review process.

    The appointment sees Ogilvy Public Relations Australia become Microsoft’s communications agency partner for consumer, commercial, social and content programs.  Fuel Communications will continue to represent Microsoft Devices (formerly Nokia).

    Microsoft’s Head of Corporate Communications, Pip Arthur said: “Our aspiration going into this process was to find the best consumer PR agency partner to support some of our most loved consumer devices and services.

    “The Ogilvy PR team displayed an unparalleled understanding of our business, and presented a highly creative program that we believe will strike a chord with consumers.  We are looking forward to kicking this off immediately,” she said.

    Ogilvy PR’s Group Managing Director, Consumer, Richard Brett said: “The Ogilvy consumer team delivers a combination of brand understanding, consumer technology expertise and innovative digital creative capability with a passion to deliver to our diverse consumer audiences.

    “We created a specialist team comprising members from Ogilvy’s consumer and brand team with our skilled social and content team from Social@Ogilvy, and senior counsel from the greater Ogilvy PR Group to deliver creative campaigns,” he explained.

    As a result of the move to have all of the Microsoft communications business under one Ogilvy PR umbrella, the agency has appointed Skye Lambley (currently Director at Howorth Communications, Ogilvy PR’s technology and business specialist agency) to the newly created Client Director Microsoft role, reporting directly to the CEO, Kieran Moore.  She will be responsible for integrating and aligning the commercial, consumer, corporate, social and content campaigns across Microsoft Australia.

    According to Ogilvy PR Australia’s CEO, Kieran Moore: “We’ll be working to ensure we have the best alignment and integration possible given that we are in this unique and enviable position of being the one communications agency for Microsoft Australia.  Microsoft is at a very exciting time in its history, it has a tremendous focus on partnership and we look forward to working together and to delivering outstanding results.”

    Work begins on the account immediately.  Ogilvy PR Australia is a joint venture between WPP and STW, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group.

    Ends.

    For more information contact: Rebecca Tilly, STW PR ph: +61 410 501 043

    About Ogilvy PR Australia:

    Ogilvy PR Australia is the country’s largest PR and public affairs agency with offices in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.  It is 51% owned by WPP and 49% owned by STW.  For more information, visit our Website at www.ogilvypr.com.au or follow us on Twitter at @ogilvypraus.

     

    Ogilvy Public Relations Australia Launches Measurement System: Impact4

    July 1, 2014 by  
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    Sydney, July 1, 2014: Ogilvy Public Relations Australia, part of STW Group, has launched its proprietary measurement system, Impact4, which offers its clients and organisations over 70 different tools and techniques to measure public relations and communication campaigns.

    It combines the very latest measurement techniques, analysis software and tools, with a mathematical thread that allows Ogilvy PR Australia to be the first public relations consultancy in Australia to offer a unique combination of predictive analytics, statistical outcome modelling, independent analysis and integrated search optimisation methodology.

    Impact 4 supports AMEC’s Barcelona Principles on measurement and is based on four specific principles. First it is built on a bespoke framework of different measures, allowing clients to build their own unique model. Secondly, it offers clients a fully graphic dashboard interface to analyse, in real time, the results of the campaign.   Thirdly it is based around a constant quarterly cycle of review and insight based learning, and lastly and most importantly, it is powered by and built with, a relationship with Metrica (a global media analysis and media evaluation consultancy headquartered in London), allowing fully independent measurement across all Ogilvy Public Relations Australia clients.

    Impact4 is organised into four groups of measurement:

    1. Inputs
      Success is agreed at the beginning of each campaign or year with a number of proprietary tools including the Impact4 Scorecard and Impact4 Measurement Matrix. KPIs across communications outputs, out-takes and business outcomes are all set and agreed during this phase.
    2. Outcomes
      A full suite of statistical correlation techniques is offered which allows Ogilvy Public Relations to directly understand how a campaign makes an impact to a client’s business. Out-takes and outputs are correlated to business results via regression and correlation techniques. Finally, predictive analytics tools are offered to allow the agency to accurately predict the increase in revenue and sales of a campaign.
    3. Out-takes
      A full suite of communication out-take measures are offered, including awareness change, attitude change and propensity. A full suite of social media measures, powered by twelve different social analytics tools also forms part of the offer. The agency is also including a fully integrated complement of SEO tools within Impact4.
    4. Outputs
      A full range of campaign output measures, analysed independently by Metrica, is grouped into four levels, and includes over 50 different ways to measure a campaign’s quantity and quality. Part of the system can score the quality and quantity of a campaign in a single number (Impact Points), allowing an easy and simple way to track a campaign over time.

    Kieran Moore, CEO Ogilvy Public Relations Australia said: “The launch of Impact4 reflects Ogilvy Public Relations’ new global standards for measurement and builds on our commitment to offer a state of the art measurement offering.  Our clients are sophisticated.  They need hard data and together we need to measure the impact of our work.  We have gone above and beyond with Impact4 and we are excited to launch it,” she said.

    Richard Brett, Group Managing Director, Consumer,  Ogilvy Public Relations Australia, who led the development of Impact4 for the agency said: “Impact4 puts all of our measurement knowledge in one place, combining the very best tools and techniques from around the world in both social and traditional media analytics. And, because it is fully tailored specifically for each client need, it allows clients to have a measurement tool that is both insightful and real time.”

    The agency’s new system follows an eight month internal build process and client review.

    Ogilvy PR is a joint venture between WPP and STW Group, Australia’s leading marketing and communications service group.

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    Notes to Editors

    1. Impact4 has been designed to fully comply with Association of Measurement and Evaluation in Communication’s seven Barcelona Principles agreed in 2010.
    2. Impact4 is a trademark of Ogilvy Public Relations Australia and its other trading brands including Pulse Communications, Howorth Communications, Ogilvy Impact, Parker & Partners and Ogilvy Public Relations Health.
    3. The social tools offered within Impact4 include: Radar, SocialBakers, GroupHigh, Sysomos, SEOMoz, Klout, GoogleAnalytics, PeerIndex, Radian6, SEMRush, Net Promoter Score, SproutSocial, BuzzNumbers, Edgerank Checker. Unmetric.
    4. Impact4 out-takes are measured in partnership with Added Value, AMR and Yellow Square.

    For further information please contact Rebecca Tilly, STW PR on 0410 501 043

    About Ogilvy PR Australia:

    Ogilvy PR Australia is the country’s largest PR and public affairs agency with offices in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.  It is 51% owned by WPP and 49% owned by STW.  For more information, visit our Web site at www.ogilvypr.com.au or follow us on Twitter at @ogilvypraus.

     

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