Campaign development and implementation is part of the strategic communications process. By getting to know you, we help you determine what you want to achieve as well as working out the tools you need to help you get there.
Examples of long-term communications strategies involving campaign development and implementation include:
Australian Asbestos Network (Murdoch University)
The Australian Asbestos Network website brings together historical, public health and medical information about asbestos in Australia. The site was created by a team of journalists and historians working with experts in the medical and public health fields, advocates and legal practitioners, as well as those directly affected – workers, families and carers.
Supported by a National Health and Medical Research (NHMRC) grant, the project assembled authoritative information authenticated by experts and independent of any commercial interest.
As the Project Communications Manager, No Crumbs Communications was responsible for strategic communications planning and execution. This included managing the communications relating to the launch of the website, creating new content across various media channels, and developing social media campaigns to increase overall awareness of the resource.
The project received a Highly Commended Award from the Public Relations Institute of WA – the project is ongoing.