As the new kid on the block, 360 Cre8ive has grown from a one-man band to a small team of staff and contractors with clients throughout Australia.
“It’s been very exciting so far,” says Christian Gordon, Managing Director. “360 Cre8ive started in January last year. It’s been a time filled with challenges, surprises and learnings but I am thrilled to be doing this and working with some wonderful people and organisations.”
The small business specialises in digital design, communications and public relations and prides itself on having a team of people who are not only experienced, but university qualified. “Our clients are skilled in their area of business, but do not necessarily have the time, resources or know-how to build strategic PR and communications plans and maximise social media,” explains Christian. “It’s important for us to not only have strong on-the-ground experience, but to also have this backed up with education. It does make a difference to our service delivery, understanding the theory behind these concepts.
“I started off wanting to focus on three main areas being education, health and Indigenous affairs due to my career background and experience. However, with our growing team we have now expanded into other industries and have clients on the Gold Coast, Rockhampton, Brisbane, Sydney and Darwin. We have also just delivered a national campaign for the federal election which was such an exciting opportunity.”
360 Cre8ive has hit the ground running. With a distinctive style and innovative approach to marketing the business, it seems that 360 projects are popping up everywhere.
“We are having a great time helping our clients to maximise their traction in the online and social media world and showing them the power of video in today’s 24/7 consumer-driven marketplace,” says Christian. “We are all about keeping on top of the trends and technology so that our clients can benefit and remain relevant and connected to their markets.
“We have also just launched a series of videos that provide quick tips on our three areas of expertise – digital, communications and public relations. It’s worth having a look.”
SOURCE: TOWNSVILLE BULLETIN Friday 20 May 2016.