Currie Communications

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    Currie Communications is proudly a certified B Corporation -  a company that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems - and the exclusive Australian affiliate of the Public Relations Global Network. Currie assists clients make sense of complex issues, tell stories that inspire people and change things for the better.

    HQMelbourne, AU

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    Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)13(+9%)

    Key People/Management at Currie Communications

    Sophie Clayton

    Sophie Clayton

    Senior Consultant
    Rosalea Ryan

    Rosalea Ryan

    Senior Consultant
    Gillian Doig

    Gillian Doig

    Senior Consultant
    Laura Griffin

    Laura Griffin

    Ryan Ong

    Ryan Ong

    Laura Browning

    Laura Browning

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    Currie Communications Office Locations

    Currie Communications has an office in Melbourne
    Melbourne, AU (HQ)
    190 Queen St
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    Lighting a flame under the SDGs

    This time last year we asked if Australia was on-track to hold up its end of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A few months later a report from the Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI) gave us an answer. It concludes that Australia’s progress on the SDGs is mixed...…

    Is Aus ag prepared for telling a shared values story?

    Almost 3000 Australians revealed their perceptions of Australia’s beef industry to the University of Queensland (UQ) last year. In the main, the results are positive. According to lead researcher Dr Bradd Witt, Australians have more trust in the industry than other resource-based industries or the f…

    Sustainability is bigger than social licence

    The expectations that consumers and the community have for how food is produced, and who they trust to produce it, are changing. Lately the terms ‘social licence’ and ‘sustainable development’ have been used interchangeably by Australian agriculture in talk about how to keep the community’s trust. H…

    The power of protest

    On 8 March we celebrated International Women’s Day. Marches were held around the world to rally for equality and celebrate womanhood. Melbourne’s CBD was filled with women from all walks of life wearing purple and proudly holding signs demanding justice. Last week it was the students’ turn. Striking…

    Storytelling, messaging for apple and pear growers

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    Keeping an eye on the competition

    So, how do you keep an eye on your competitors? One of the best and easiest ways to keep watch is to audit your competitors’ communications. It requires you (or your agency) to keep an eye on (as well as an ear out) for what they are saying. The right... The post Keeping an eye on the competition ap…
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    Currie Communications Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Currie Communications founded?

      Currie Communications was founded in 1990.

    • Who are Currie Communications key executives?

      Currie Communications's key executives are Sophie Clayton, Rosalea Ryan and Gillian Doig.

    • How many employees does Currie Communications have?

      Currie Communications has 13 employees.

    • Who are Currie Communications competitors?

      Competitors of Currie Communications include Metropolitan Group, Alkance Comunicaciones and Bohlsen Group.

    • Where is Currie Communications headquarters?

      Currie Communications headquarters is located at 190 Queen St, Melbourne.

    • Where are Currie Communications offices?

      Currie Communications has an office in Melbourne.

    • How many offices does Currie Communications have?

      Currie Communications has 1 office.