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Is Your Business Australian Made?

Is your business based ‘down under’? Are your products Australian made? Are you presenting what you have to offer in the best possible way? You might want to reach a local or national audience. Or perhaps your message goes around the world.

Wherever your voice is heard it should be clear, authoritative and genuinely Australian. Because your business is Australian.

So is ours.

Australians Working With Australians

Although we have clients all over the world, we particularly enjoy working with Australian businesses.

In any given week we:

  • produce professionally written content for websites and blogs
  • write articles, training materials, business proposals and bio statements
  • put together promotional materials for exciting new Australian products
  • edit and polish manuscripts, media releases, résumés, reports
  • manage media and social media presence
  • and plenty more

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Australian Made

People everywhere view Australian made as ‘well made’.

The official Australian Made logo is an attempt to reinforce that notion at home and abroad. It is administered by Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL), a not-for-profit company, under contract from the Federal Government. You can read more about it here.

According to Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison, “Australia has one of the strongest nation brands in the world, with a reputation for clean, green, quality products made and grown to high quality and safety standards”.

“As a result, businesses making or growing products in Australia can enhance their prospects of attracting international customers wanting to experience a piece of Australia by positioning their products as genuinely Aussie”.

“The Kangaroo has an outstanding market presence and has proven to be a very effective way of establishing a fast and clear connection with Australia for shoppers all over the world”.

​If you would like help in making sure your Australian business connects with Australians, contact Those Comms People today.

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