News & Commentary Straight from Think HQ

  • News October 20, 2017

    Think HQ recognised at PRIA Victoria’s 2017 Golden Target awards

    Think HQ took home two awards at Wednesday night’s PRIA Victorian Golden Target Awards – Medium Consultancy of the Year and Health Campaign of the Year.

    Judged by a panel of public relations and industry leaders, the long-running PRIA Golden Target Awards commend excellence in the public relations industry- with a record number of applications received in 2017.

    Think HQ Founder and Director, Jen Sharpe, said she was excited to receive the awards for the company’s work on projects that matter.

    “I’m humbled and elated to receive such prestigious awards – it is fantastic to be recognised for the work we’ve been doing.”

    In 2016, Think HQ created and implemented an integrated communications strategy for the DonateLife 2016 campaign on behalf of the Organ and Tissue Authority- with the aim of encouraging all Australians to register as organ and tisue donors and to raise awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation.

    The campaign received significant media coverage, with more...

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  • News September 08, 2017

    WorkSafe Victoria Regional Breakfast Series

    In 2017, Think HQ worked with WorkSafe Victoria to deliver a Regional Roadshow event series across Victoria, with the purpose of engaging and informing communities on a range of workplace safety changes.

    These included updates
 to Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and eight new Compliance Codes, while also providing information 
on WorkSafe’s new strategic direction and upcoming 2017 Health and Safety Month.

    Through research with Regional Operations Managers and Senior Team Members, five event locations were identified: Geelong, Mildura, Traralgon, Bendigo and Ballarat.

    Project objectives:

    -Secure attendees for each of the five WorkSafe breakfast events.

    -Inform the community on important changes, measured through:

    -Positive feedback collected via a post-event survey 


    -Securing registrations to Health and Safety Month newsletters. 


    Our work involved:

    Concept & creative

    Think HQ developed the event concept and theme to give the events a unique identity. This included...

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  • Case Studies September 08, 2017

    New and returning clients

    Over the last few months, we have been thrilled to start work with a number of new and returning clients.

    We’ve been helping EPA Victoria to communicate their new organisational strategy 'Our Environment, Our Health' with creation of an animated video and microsite.

    We have also worked with the Organ and Tissue Authority for DonateLife Week 2017, Australia’s national awareness week for organ and tissue donation.

    Think HQ managed media relations and social media activity in the lead up to and during DonateLife Week, delivering positive media coverage and community awareness supporting a faster way to register online.

    More new and returning clients include:

    • A Taste of Harmony for the Scanlon Foundation

    • MFB

    • Paul Ramsay Foundation

    • Philanthropy Australia

    • The Bridge

    • Care Choice

    • TOM

    • WorkSafe Victoria - Health and Safety Month

    • Small Business Victoria - Faces of Small Business

    • GLOBE - Community Awards

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  • News September 07, 2017

    Jean Hailes for Women's Health microsite

    Jean Hailes recently launched the results of their 2017 Jean Hailes for Women’s Health survey. Think HQ has worked with Jean Hailes, from collecting data, to interpreting and communicating the results in a purpose built microsite. From launch, thousands of people around Australia have visited the site – with an average time on page of more than four minutes.

    You can check out the results at https://jeanhailes.org.au/survey2017/

    To secure responses from over 10,000 women in Australia, Think HQ undertook a mixture of stakeholder engagement and social media advertising. This represented a 209% increase on the 3,236 responses recorded in 2016. You can read more about this work here:

    http://think-hq.com.au/news-and-commentary/post/jean-hailes-womens-health