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It’s the beginning of the year and graduates around the country are wrapping up end-of-uni celebrations and turning their attention to getting a job. It’s a much more difficult employment market than the one I was lucky enough to graduate into years ago. Research released...

Helping our clients to navigate an ever-changing digital environment means spinning plates is a full-time job for the N2N team. Here, Stuart Wragg shares how DropTask has allowed us to spend more time doing, and less time organising. “Before discovering DropTask, we had no set method for managing our...

I spent the past weekend chain watching the popular Danish TV drama Borgen with my mum. If you haven’t heard of Borgen, think of a Nordic version of The West Wing meets House of Cards. Produced in Danish with English subtitles, the program tells the...

We are absolutely thrilled to receive a Silver PR Lion from the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, alongside our client Airbnb for the Stay With Pride campaign. The campaign was about leveraging Airbnb’s sponsorship of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and saw us list the...

Women make up about 70 per cent of the PR workforce, yet hold just 30 per cent of the industry’s top positions. Yes, you read that right. It comes from this story in the Holmes Report which explores the worryingly few women in senior roles...

It’s one of those things you often hear when a group of PRs are trying to split a bill at dinner or balance a budget – ‘I don’t have a numbers brain, give me words any day!’ It used to be funny, but without being...

“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people’” –  Leo Burnett A recent Holmes Report found that 40 per cent of in-house clients said that their agencies could do better when it came to their creative capabilities....

I spent a good chunk of today reading documents, news stories and emails, probably like you did. There were 48,802 words in all. That’s 48,802 opportunities for the writers of those words to connect with me and to get me to agree with what they’re...