Archives: Brisbane

Where do your thoughts go during winter?

June 19, 2017 – By Emily Wood, Director, Organisational and Change Communication

For me, the arrival of winter conjures daydreams of snow holidays, leather boots, warm coats and scarves — so many scarves! But, when the weather starts to cool, my thoughts also go to the 105,000 Australians experiencing homelessness. At the end of each day I go home to a roof over my head, a home-cooked… Read More

It’s sliding doors for public transport in south-east Queensland

June 7, 2017 – By David Everton, Director, Government Relations

Sliding Doors is a 1998 British-American romantic drama film starring Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah. Alternating between two parallel universes, the plot is based on the two paths the central character’s life could take depending on whether or not she catches a train, and causing different outcomes in her life. Which brings us to the… Read More

Political Update: The state of politics in Queensland

October 25, 2016

What does the current political state of Queensland mean for your business? Attend our FREE seminar with Rowland’s Strategic Advisor Hon. John Mickel and learn what the next 12 months holds for Queensland politics. Numbers are limited to 15 guests per session so please book at your earliest convenience. Click here to book your place… Read More

How to help a city find its place

September 2, 2016 – By Susan Hawkins

Just like products, people and companies, places hold a position in our minds — whether that position is managed or not. Rowland has been applying its brand positioning expertise to a number of our cities to help them find their place in an increasingly competitive and crowded world. Here’s what clever cities should consider when… Read More

How to leverage global events locally

August 4, 2016

As the world’s attention turns to Rio and the Olympic Games, this month we discuss the role of global events and how to make the most of local and international PR opportunities, as well as how to handle crisis communication issues that may arise. In November 2014 as world leaders descended on Brisbane to take… Read More

Rowland ignites the night

July 22, 2016

Last night Rowland opened the doors to its new office and revealed a new chapter in the Rowland story. As a communication, digital and creative agency, Rowland connects our clients to the people who matter most, via corporate storytelling across digital, visual, written and spoken channels. With brand, reputation, engagement, campaign and communication services under… Read More

Why you should care about Snapchat

July 13, 2016

You may have heard of Snapchat as the millennial generation’s current social network of choice. But keep your eye on it – approximately 2 million Australians were actively using it last month. So has it graduated beyond teens and puppy dog tongues? Absolutely – the newest trend and one that businesses can hook themselves into… Read More

Thank you for supporting the CEO Sleepout

July 9, 2016 – By Geoff Rodgers

The CEO Sleepout campaign, co-ordinated by the St Vincent De Paul Society, was held last month. Thanks to your help – which I very much appreciate – I was able to raise almost $52,000 to assist Vinnies in their strong push to provide support to the homeless. As we all know, there are many great causes… Read More

Introducing our new blog: Rowland Connections

July 4, 2016

Welcome to Rowland Connections, a blog designed to connect you with the information you need to deliver positive business outcomes and real results. Drawing on the combined experience of over 55 communication consultants, business advisors and a creative studio, Rowland Connections pools our diverse expertise, insight and intuition. Join us as we explore the latest… Read More