Posts Tagged ‘Trends’

SIX NEW COLOURS JOIN THE COLORBOND RANGE

Posted on: October 24th, 2013
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This week we celebrated breakfast in colour to announce the addition of six new colours to the COLORBOND range. An intimate setting in The Grounds of Alexandria garden provided the perfect backdrop for a delicious breakfast spread. Hosted by The Living Room presenter Barry du Bois, the new colours were introduced to media by BlueScope Read more…

Diary of an introvert: how to make a splash in a sea of go-getters

Posted on: October 16th, 2013
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Do you prefer one-on-one conversations to group activities? Enjoy solitude and few interruptions or prefer to express yourself in writing? Chances are, you’re an introvert. But don’t worry, there’s lots of us out there – 1 in 3 in fact. I myself am proudly introverted and navigating my way through a world of bubbly, outgoing Read more…

State of Afares: Dining and Drinking Tips Sydney and Melbourne Should Share

Posted on: July 25th, 2013

Let’s face it, the battle between Sydney and Melbourne isn’t ending any time soon. Currently, the facet of this state-off receiving the most attention is restaurants, bars, chefs and everything in between. Before you nod off- assuming this is one of those generic Sydney-versus-Melbourne-rants, not to worry. Instead, let’s put the knives away and take Read more…

Cool Cuisine: 10 New Dining And Drinking Trends

Posted on: May 1st, 2013

Just like fashion, the food industry is fickle with its ever-changing trends. To keep you up to date on what’s hot – from Chang to chooks – read on… 1. HIDE AND EAT The more exclusive and secretive the restaurant or bar, the better. It’s all about drinking and dining venues located inside existing venues. Read more…

Marketing predictions for 2013

Posted on: December 12th, 2012

A couple of weeks ago we attended the Networx 2013 marketing trends panel discussion to get the low down on what might be big next year in the world of marketing. The main take outs were that technology and social media will continue to evolve and  heavily influence our work with new channels creating even Read more…

Game on with Mercedes-Benz

Posted on: August 16th, 2012

One of the trends we’ve been watching carefully is gamification.  At ad:tech both this year and last, gaming was identified as one of the most important and powerful engagement opportunities available to brands with mind-boggling user growth stats.  The user trends skew heavily to men but we are increasingly seeing female skewed brands moving into Read more…

2012 marketing trends and predictions

Posted on: February 3rd, 2012

It’s the time of year when everyone is talking about what will be big in 2012.  By that I mean, what marketing trends consumers, brands – and their agencies – will be participating in. Tuesday  night we headed to the Networx 2012 marketing trends forecast, to hear what a panel of those in-the-know (including Nigel Read more…

Why do people share content online?

Posted on: October 31st, 2011
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Did this image appear in your Facebook newsfeed on the weekend?  Timothy Straub, a regular guy from Wisconsin, US,  shared this on Facebook and thanks to his small network of friends and family (and his open privacy settings) the photo is making its way around the world.  It has already been shared over 18,400+ times and counting. Timothy is now Read more…

We are loving this website

Posted on: May 18th, 2011

Ragan’s PR Daily is chock full of articles, tips, case studies, videos, interviews and all around PR goodness.  It’s from the States but relevant in any market. Check it out. share

100 things to watch in 2011

Posted on: January 7th, 2011
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The beginning of any new year is an optimistic time.  Most of us are pondering what the new year will hold for us – what we’ll be doing, thinking, loving and perhaps loathing.  Aside from the many prediction pieces that come out at this time, such as Mashable’s 95+ Predictions for the Web in 2011 which includes Public Relations, we really liked this presentation Read more…

Consumer trend predictions for 2009

Posted on: February 20th, 2009

I’m not very good at long-term predictions but I’m so good at short-term predictions sometimes I wonder if I’m psychic.  For instance, I can predict that my boyfriend won’t have done the washing up because he’s probably spent most of the day doing this.  I can also predict with 100 per cent accuracy that my mum will Read more…

Social media and the evolution of the PR industry

Posted on: November 28th, 2008

“Change is the only constant” The last ‘big change’ change I can remember in the PR industry involved switching from faxing to emailing press releases and wow, didn’t that shake things up! In case you didn’t realise, PR is undergoing some pretty big changes and we have social media to thank for these exciting times. The evolution of technology and Read more…

What the future will look like

Posted on: November 21st, 2008

This clip blew my mind. Not just because of the freaky awesome technology or the fact that the demo, by coincidence, combined my two greatest passions (snowboarding and wine), but because it provides a window into the exciting future of customisation and user driven experiences. If that means nothing to you, perhaps check out some trend reports at Read more…

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