Communications Collective

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About Communications Collective

Communications Collective is a leading public relations, corporate communications and event management agency, offering expert consultancy to the property industry. We deliver strategic, focused and creative campaigns that connect, inform, motivate and inspire.

Communications Collective has been working in the Australian property industry since establishment, providing a range of communications solutions.

Our interest in property goes beyond that of single projects to include a thorough understanding of the ins and outs of the market.

We stay ahead of the trends in architecture, development, urban planning and economics to allow for the greatest opportunity of media placement.

Our expertise across the fields of PR, marketing and journalism allows us to deliver sophisticated and innovative campaigns that have the power to shape brands, create opinion leaders and positively enhance bottom line.

Our approach

Strategic, focused and creative, Communications Collective excels at going beyond the everyday to find the messages that matter. Out extensive network of media contacts and collaborative approach to working with clients, stakeholders and the media ensures our work achieves results that exceed expectations.

We understand that successful campaigns reach key audiences through all available channels. Utilising traditional, online and social media channels, we create successful communications campaigns that span the digital divide and harness the synergies that are present in an ever-diversifying media landscape. We actively inform, motivate and inspire diverse audiences irrespective of the delivery media.


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Genevieve Brannigan
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+61 3 9988 2300
35 Little Bourke Street Level 1
3000 Melbourne , VIC
Victoria AU

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