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  • Gforce's new-look Annual Review document

    Gforce's new-look Annual Review document

    Gforce embraced the idea of introducing a new design and colour scheme for the company's Annual Review.


  • Gen Fyansford: clever and creative

    Gen Fyansford: clever and creative

    Since 2014, Brand Bureau has had the pleasure of working with the team at ICD Property, the developer responsible for Gen Fyansford.

    2017 saw us deliver the official opening event for Gen Fyansford's display village, a community engagement plan and various other media mentions along the way.


  • We've jumped on board the Gull bus

    We've jumped on board the Gull bus

    A Geelong institution, the Gull Airport Service has been providing the Geelong, Western District and Bellarine Peninsula community with airport shuttle services to Tullamarine Airport since its establishment in 1980.

    Our team was delighted to recently be selected to assist Gull with the company's strategic and tactical marketing. 


  • Victorian Regional Channels Authority new safety campaign launched

    Victorian Regional Channels Authority new safety campaign launched

    As announced in July this year, Brand Bureau team have been busy developing a new campaign for the Victorian Regional Channels Authority’s iconic Geelong “Keep Clear Of Big Ships” public safety message.


  • We take seriously our commitment to corporate social responsibility

    We take seriously our commitment to corporate social responsibility

    Even though we are a small business, we take seriously our commitment to corporate social responsibility.


  • National Disability Insurance Agency and Visual Communication

    National Disability Insurance Agency and Visual Communication

    Brand Bureau partnered with the National Disability Insurance Agency to assist with their visual communication initiatives.


  • Marketing recalibration, customer experience insights

    Marketing recalibration, customer experience insights

    We've been working with a range of clients - boards, senior management and staff - to facilitate honest conversations about their organisations' strategic and tactical marketing.


  • Mythbusting the Millennials

    Mythbusting the Millennials

    We were (and thought you might be) interested in a recent Nielsen study of the social media generation, the ‘me’ generation and even the lazy generation. That's right! The Millennials (aged 18-34 yrs).

    The Nielsen Australian Millennials Report reveals that Australian Millennials are "a new powerhouse of consumers who are more educated, connected and demanding than their parents. Almost a third (31%) hold a Bachelor’s degree in comparison to their parents (19%).

    "Their lives are in consistent ...


  • Gen Fyansford draws strong demand

    Gen Fyansford draws strong demand

    The Brand Bureau team were pleased to deliver the official opening event recently for Gen Fyansford's display village.

    The new display village features homes from Burbank, Hamlan, Boutique, Homebuyers Centre, New Select Homes, JG King Homes, Simonds and Metricon.

    Needless to say we had lots of fun organising an outside broadcast from KRock, face painting, gourmet ice cream, food trucks and a magician.

    It was also great to engage a range of community partners, including the Lions Club ...


  • We're a Finalist!

    We're a Finalist!

    Brand Bureau has been named as a National Finalist in the Australian Marketing Institute Awards for Marketing Excellence.

    The annual Australian Marketing Institute Awards for Marketing Excellence are presented to organisations and marketers who have achieved extraordinary success from innovative and effective marketing practices.

    Our “Let’s Get It Sorted” campaign, which supported Golden Plains Shire Council’s community recycling and waste management program, is one of four National Finalists in the Public Sector Marketing category.


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