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Hearing Awareness Week 2015

By | Enewsletter, November 2015 | No Comments

Hear ye! Hear ye! One of the highlights of the year at Llewellyn Communications is creating and implementing our Hearing Awareness Week Campaign for major client Cochlear Ltd. Each year we produce some outstanding results, reaching audiences spanning into the millions. 2015 was no exception – in securing news coverage with major mainstream television, radio and print media outlets, we pulled out all the stops for Cochlear. The total amount of coverage resulting from our dynamic campaign reached an audience of over two million Australians during the lead up to,…

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HomeHub has it all for homeowners

By | Enewsletter, November 2015 | No Comments

Homeloans’ online magazine going strong Want to know what the latest trends are in paint colours, bathroom design, or landscaping materials? Or perhaps you are after some tips on keeping your garden and lawns looking great, or how to pay off your mortgage faster. You could even be interested in knowing what small business owners are doing to make their work stand out from the rest. Whatever Aussie homeowners are looking for, HomeHub has it all. HomeHub is the dynamic online publication set up by Llewellyn Communications for non-bank mortgage…

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Fresh campaigns for Llewellyn Communications

By | Enewsletter, November 2015 | No Comments

Spring has sprung! The season long associated with fresh starts – and here at Llewellyn Communications spring is certainly an opportunity to launch some exciting new campaigns and breathe new life into existing projects. Traditionally, spring is a very busy period for us with various clients whose seasons kick off with the arrival of the warmer weather. Spring is also, of course, the perfect season to spring clean your home and get out in the garden – which makes it an obvious fit for our clients Briggs & Stratton (and…

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Homeloans’ 2015 tax refund survey

By | Enewsletter, November 2015 | No Comments

Getting the inside information What would you do with some extra cash? Save it? Invest it? Spend it? According to our 2015 Homeloans tax refund survey, if you are aged between 18 and 24, you are most likely to put the cash towards a home deposit, or pay off personal debt, while those falling into the 35 to 44 year age group are the least likely to save or invest. “The generation born after the 1990s have a more prudent approach to life – and these results reflect this,” says…

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Spreading the Active Deaf Kids message

By | Enewsletter, November 2015 | No Comments

Lights, camera… action! No we haven’t decided to become Hollywood movie stars (although we would love to ride around in limousines all the time) – we have been putting our video production skills to use to create an educational/promotional video for Llewellyn Communications’ pro-bono client Deaf Sports Australia (DSA). This video is being put together for DSA’s Active Deaf Kids program – a fantastic initiative that encourages deaf and hard of hearing children to get involved in sports and be active, which can help counteract any feelings of isolation. Sport…

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Musical Chairs at Llewellyn Communications

By | Enewsletter, May 2015 | No Comments

This month we have got some exciting news to share with you all! Firstly, we are very happy to welcome a new member into our close-knit team. Phyllis Stylianou joins us from Fairfax Media, where she has worked as a journalist for over 30 years. In her career she has written across many topics and industries – anything from politics, political history, renovating, real estate, parenting to professional organising. Phyllis will be providing many fresh ideas for our clients, and one of her key focuses will be helping drive our…

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Making a difference with Active Deaf Kids

By | Enewsletter, May 2015 | No Comments

Spreading the message for Deaf Sports Australia Children who are deaf or hard of hearing can have a difficult time blending in and getting the most out of their school years. This is where the Active Deaf Kids (ADK) program, an initiative of Deaf Sports Australia, the country’s peak body for deaf sports, comes in. Designed to encourage deaf and hard of hearing school children to be active, it’s an amazing program and we are proud to help spread the word about this fantastic initiative and the wonderful things they…

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Konekt Market Report Campaign

By | Enewsletter, May 2015 | No Comments

Don’t take back pain lying down! Did you know that around three million Australians suffer from lower back pain? And that because of this, the indirect costs associated with lower back pain due to loss of earnings and productivity are estimated to be $8.5 billion? Our client Konekt, Australia’s largest private sector provider of organisational health and risk management, recently released its 2015 Market Report, which is the largest of its kind in Australia. The report analysed more than 113,000 cases of workers compensation and non-compensable cases over a six-year…

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EcoSmart Fire Shining Bright

By | Enewsletter, May 2015 | No Comments

Launch of new outdoor range We are super excited to have begun work on a campaign to launch a stunning new range of outdoor fires from EcoSmart Fire! This range has been a long time coming for the renowned brand – after collaborating with Brown Jordan, the acclaimed international luxury outdoor furnishings manufacturer and iconic brand, Brown Jordan Fires has been created. Designed to complement existing and future collections of both brands, Brown Jordan Fires are the epitome of elegant and forward-thinking design. Each handcrafted piece boasts functional design with…

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International client UBIMET providing services to key sporting events

By | Enewsletter, February 2015 | No Comments

Being a good sport Weather affects many aspects of our lives – from whether the traffic is going to be bad or good on our way to work; what we are going to wear; whether we will go to the beach today or head to the movies – even what we eat or what mood we are in. It especially affects the outcome of sporting competitions, where the wind direction, amount of rain, humidity levels and temperature can make the event a disaster or success. Our client UBIMET, a global…

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