November 27, 2014
Late last year, Think HQ undertook some research, surveying organisations in the not for profit space. The aim? To identify the key communications opportunities and challenges facing Australia’s not for profits.
Our research indicated that Australia’s not for profit sector is chronically understaffed, under funded and under resourced, especially when it comes to communications. As an agency well versed in the not for profit space and its typifying budget limitations, even we were surprised by the squeeze our research revealed.
But it’s not all doom and gloom – our research also showed that not for profit organisations are well aware of the value of communications, and willing to invest their time in that space. They’re just mindful that any activity they undertake has to be efficient, measurable and effective.
To that end, we at Think HQ have compiled a ‘Beginners Guide to Savvy Communications’ - a list of our top five tips to help not for profit organisations make the most of...Read More
October 17, 2014
Think HQ is thrilled to announce that we are starting work with the Butterfly Foundation on the development and rollout of a new fundraising and awareness campaign.
The exciting new campaign will debut in 2015.
Watch this space!
October 16, 2014
The last few months have been a busy time for Think HQ, as – for the second year running – we worked in collaboration with the Victorian Government’s Department of State Development, Business and Innovation to deliver its Support Small Business Day campaign.
In 2014, our involvement included project management and media relations services, developing and delivering a suite of social media competitions, providing promotional support to ten Victorian traders associations, and securing four high profile campaign ambassadors, including ex-AFL player Cameron Ling.
The campaign was again a great success, with close to 6000 Victorian shoppers and small businesses registering to participate in the lead up to the event, and many more Victorians getting out to shop in local small businesses on the day.
Think HQ secured great statewide media coverage for the campaign – stories appeared in more than 20 individual Leader newspaper titles across Victoria; a ten-part series of daily stories...Read More
October 15, 2014
Think HQ recently worked with Orygen Youth Health to launch The National Centre for Excellence in Youth Mental Health, including the announcement of $18 million in Federal Government funding for the project.
Think HQ assisted with media relations and event management services for the launch event. Activity included:
- media materials development
- media pitching
- Radio Release project management
- development of the event running order
- manage event photography.
The launch was attended by media including Sky News, ABC, AAP, and 3CR.
We look forward to working further with Orygen as the National centre rolls-out across Australia.