News & Commentary Straight from Think HQ

  • News May 24, 2017

    Video highlight reel

    At Think HQ we’re passionate about creating high quality content for our clients, telling their stories across varied mediums.

    We love making videos that allow us to approach subjects from a different angle. Here’s a few we’ve put together recently:

    A Taste of Harmony

    We captured a cook off between AFL footballers Majak Daw and Jason Johannisen to help promote the Scanlon Foundation’s A Taste of Harmony campaign.

    Stay Smart Online

    This cute animation encourages people to protect their important files and data by backing them up. It was developed for Stay Smart Online for World Backup Day.

    Wage Justice

    We helped Australians with disabilities fight for fair pay in this video produced for Wage Justice Australia.

    Celebrate Australia Day

    We produced two videos for the National Australia Day Council (NADC) to encourage discussion of Australian identity and values in the lead up to our national day.

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  • News March 22, 2017

    Think HQ announced as 2017 Mumbrella CommsCon finalist

    Think HQ is proud to be announced as a finalist at the upcoming 2017 Mumbrella CommsCon Awards! Our work with the Organ and Tissue Authority on the 2016 DonateLife Week Campaign is up for 2017 Government Sponsored Campaign of the Year.

    DonateLife Week was a particularly moving campaign for our team, and we are humbled that our work has been recognised.

    Looking forward to the upcoming Awards night (with all our fingers and toes crossed) taking place on 30th March. Good luck to all the other nominees, and thanks to the Mumbrella team for the nod!

  • News April 15, 2016

    Think HQ's recent client additions

    Think HQ is delighted to confirm exciting new additions to this month’s client portfolio.

    Small Business Victoria

    Think HQ is assisting Small Business Victoria in event managing its Regional Roadshow series. Part of the annual Small Business Festival, the Roadshow travels to six regions in Victoria and hosts networking dinner events featuring a high profile keynote speaker who provides insights on how to improve small business productivity, growth and innovation.

    WorkSafe

    In light of WorkSafe Victoria’s head office relocation to Geelong, WorkSafe has contracted Think HQ to develop its ‘Explore Geelong’ initiative. The project seeks to introduce employees to the region, highlighting its range of services and lifestyle options to help families make an informed decision about the opportunity. Think HQ will manage this project and its related events.

    Association of Employees with Disability (AED)

    Think HQ has been approached by the AED to support the enhancement of the National Wage...

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  • Commentary December 09, 2014

    The results are in: Not for profit sector delivers mixed bag of survey results

    Late last year, Think HQ undertook a research survey to gain an insight into the inner-workings of Australian not for profit (NFP) organisations, and the key opportunities and challenges they’re currently facing.

    Over 85 NFPs were represented in the survey, with participants from organisations including the Salvation Army, Melbourne Recital Centre, Spark* International, Save The Children, The Heart Foundation, Plan International, and Opportunity International Australia.

    Numerous sectors were also represented, including education, welfare/social services, community development, health and mental health, and disability and training.

    Of the individuals who took part in the survey, 27% identified as CEO or top-level executives, 18% as communications staff, 10% as marketing staff, 9% as development staff, and 3% as fundraising staff.

    Our findings revealed both good and bad news for the sector.

    SO, WHAT’S THE BAD NEWS?

    Budgets are tight…

    As expected, survey results confirmed that...

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  • Commentary October 15, 2014

    Four things marketers can learn from the Ice Bucket Challenge

    Chances are you’ve probably heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge (IBC), the viral phenomenon that raised over $100 million internationally for ALS/MND research, all by getting people to tip buckets of ice-cold water over their heads.

    In Australia, the Ice Bucket Challenge was championed by Laugh to Cure MND, a charity founded by Pat and Angie Cunningham earlier this year. The pair was also behind the first Ice Bucket Challenge World Record attempt, which took place at Etihad Stadium on 22 August.

    Think HQ was lucky enough to work with the Laugh to Cure MND team to help promote the World Record attempt – managing official social media accounts throughout the campaign, and securing significant media coverage in major metropolitan news outlets, including The Herald Sun, Melbourne mX, 7News, Channel 10’s The Project, and 3AW radio.

    Now that the steady stream of IBC participants has slowed to a trickle, it’s the perfect time to catch up with Pat and Angie, take a look back on the...

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