Currie Communications is an independent-thinking consultancy which thrives on work that connects public relations with people, profit and the planet.
We assist leading private and public sector organisations to effectively engage influential corporate, government, media and community stakeholders.
The consultancy, which was founded in 1989, specialises in providing strategic and tactical support for issues-based, stakeholder and marketing communications campaigns which are closely aligned to an organization’s key goals.
- Financial Services
- Government/Military/Public Sector
- Strategic Communications Planning
- Business-to-Business Communications
- Brand Positioning and Activation
- Stakeholder and Community Engagement
- Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability
- Digital Strategy and Design
- Media Communications, Training
- Issue and Crisis Management
- Government Relations/Public Affairs
- Corporate Reputation
- Research and Analysis
- Internal Communications
- Content Marketing, Storytelling
A former managing editor, Susan knows how to organise. No matter how tight the deadline or challenging the brief, she draws on her significant experience and problem solving ability to get the best result.
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- For many years IC AG does PR for the Beiersdorf brand Eucerin®. The IC team has excellent contacts with our target media and produces results which we are very satisfied with.Edda-Maria Rönnau-Jahn, Product Management Eucerin®, Beiersdorf
- “Life in the start-up world can be very confusing. Conveying a clear and concise message to the public is critical at this stage. Within the first couple of meetings, Lauren and team completed understood our industry and product and helped us move from start-up thinking to enterprise branding.”LeShane Greenhill, Sagents
- “Coast Communications has during such a long period as nearly a decade, demonstrated high competence and created very positive results in its communications and PR-work for Sparbanken Öresund! They have acted full service agency including the production of no less than 8 annual reports in digital and print versions.”Christina Elwing, Information and marketing director, Saving bank Öresundsbanken
- “For small and micro-cap companies like Hill International, it doesn't make any sense to have an in-house investor relations professional when there is a firm like The Equity Group that can provide you access to an entire team of IR professionals on an as-needed basis at a fraction of the cost. Theirknowledge of the investment and analyst community has been invaluable as we have transitioned from a private, family-run business to a publicly-traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. I wouldn't recommend that the management of any company go through that process without the outstanding professionals at The Equity Group by your side.”David L. Richter, President & COO, Hill International, Inc.
- "I thoroughly recommend Sound PR. It’s the most client-sensitive, high-impact PR firm I’ve ever worked with."Rachel Konrad, Head of Communications at Tesla Motors Europe
Latest Blog Posts
Touring India: where are the local women?
by Eleanor Meyer on March 16, 2017 at 2:01 am
In 2016 the tourism and hospitality industry was worth US$47 billion to India, and is predicted to rise to US$160 billion by 2026. So when I had the privilege of touring through India last month, I was just one of thousands who visit each day. I was in the beautiful,... The post Touring India: where are the local women? appeared first on Currie Communications. […]
The importance (and elusiveness) of trust
by Mark Paterson on March 7, 2017 at 5:16 am
We’ve been talking about the value of trust lately. Have you noticed that you can’t get much done in business without it? Trust is the glue that binds people doing business together. High levels of trust lead to networks of advocates, more loyal customers, high employee retention, sustainable revenues and... The post The importance (and elusiveness) of trust appeared first on Currie Communications. […]
All aboard: behavioural economics
by Sophie Clayton on February 17, 2017 at 6:45 am
Behavioural economics has taken flight in Australia and offers insights for those of us working in communications in agriculture and natural resources to be more effective in bringing about change. Think about the last time you went to the shops and bought an apple. What made you buy it and... The post All aboard: behavioural economics appeared first on Currie Communications. […]
Change is a thing of the past
by Ryan Ong on January 25, 2017 at 6:36 am
Another form to sign. You pull out your pen and write out the date. 25th January. Wait… 25th? Where the hell did January go? The New Year came and went (a bit like your pay cheque) and now you’re wading waist-deep in 2017. Practically drowning at this point. It’s time... The post Change is a thing of the past appeared first on Currie Communications. […]
Our journey to do good
by Mark Paterson on November 30, 2016 at 12:55 am
Lessons from our sustainability journey Two of the many lessons you learn when working in the media and being raised on farms are. Change is a constant in people’s lives. Often it’s not enough to be part of a conversation about change – you have to lead it; and The... The post Our journey to do good appeared first on Currie Communications. […]