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Totally Workwear reinvents the Australian Tradie
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Totally Workwear reinvents the Australian Tradie

// 16 January 2014

Everyone loves a good stereotype. How would you describe the typical Australian tradie? If you’re like me, the words rough, ready and pie-loving come to mind. But what about environmentally friendly recycling? Australia’s tradies are at the centre of a blue colla...

A film festival first: going Live@Sundance
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A film festival first: going Live@Sundance

// 14 January 2014

Weber Shandwick partners with Sundance Film Festival for live online broadcasts. There’s always been a certain air of glamorous mystery around film festivals, in my opinion, and this is consistent with some of the movie world’s proudest traditions. Certainly, the...

Four ways to foreign investment success in Australia following ADM-GrainCorp game-changer decision
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Four ways to foreign investment success in Australia following ADM-GrainCorp game-changer decision

// 6 December 2013

In an article published on the Public Affairs Asia website, Weber Shandwick’s Alistair Nicholas argues that the Australian Government’s decision last week to block the takeover bid of GrainCorp by US multinational Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), represents a “game c...

Food Forward 2013: Did we get it right?
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Food Forward 2013: Did we get it right?

// 27 November 2013

Naomi Brooker is a Senior Account Supervisor in Weber Shandwick's Corporate team and is responsible for the development of annual food trends report, Food Forward. @naomibrooker \ nbrooker@webershandwick.com At Weber Shandwick, we've been predicting food trends for a f...

Don’t super-size, Sumo-size!
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Don’t super-size, Sumo-size!

// 26 November 2013

Dehanne Grant is a Consultant in the Consumer Lifestyle practice. Below she shares how Weber Shandwick have been working with Sumo Salad to help educate Australians around making healthy lunchtime choices.   Here’s a scary stat from the Australian Institute...

The demand for a personal touch
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The demand for a personal touch

// 21 November 2013

Steve Stammers is a Senior Account Supervisor on the Consumer Lifestyle team at Weber Shandwick and worked with The Balvenie on the launch of its Craft Bar in Melbourne. Below he tells us how the personal touch is coming back into whisky. @sstammers15 / sstammers@webers...

Weber Shandwick Names Josh Wright Advisor, Public Affairs Practice
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Weber Shandwick Names Josh Wright Advisor, Public Affairs Practice

// 6 November 2013

SYDNEY, Australia 6 November 2013 - Weber Shandwick today announced the appointment of Josh Wright as advisor on the Public Affairs team. Wright joins the team from Transport for NSW where he was the business manager in the office of the Deputy Director General. Wright...

The Balancing Act: Life as a working mum
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The Balancing Act: Life as a working mum

// 4 November 2013

Amanda Porter is a Senior Account Supervisor on the consumer lifestyle team and mum to one-year-old, Aiden. Following ongoing speculation in the media about whether ‘women can have it all’, Amanda discusses the rewards and challenges of returning to work as a new mu...

Top tech items you can't live without (but don't know about yet)
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Top tech items you can't live without (but don't know about yet)

// 30 October 2013

Inspired by recent commentary from Tim Fry (chair of Weber Shandwick's global technology practice) that technology is no longer a niche but rather a key part of all consumer's lives across the globe, Sophie Kriefman reflects on her own experiences with transformative te...

An abseil with a view
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An abseil with a view

// 11 October 2013

Bike rides. Marathons. Dry July. Australians are no strangers to going the extra mile. Abseiling 26 floors off a high-rise building, however, is above and beyond. But abseiling off the AMP Building overlooking Sydney’s iconic Harbour... now you've got our attention! ...

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