CP Communications wins public relations and social media account for Jumbana Group

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jumbana.jpgCP Communications has won the public relations and social media account for Jumbana Group, a leading Australian Indigenous art, strategy and communications company which is famously responsible for conceptualising Aboriginal art on Qantas 747s.

Jumbana Group, which has been operating for 30 years in 2013, comprises the contemporary design studio, Balarinji, and the Indigenous communications and facilitation practice, Jumbana Consulting. The Group delivers graphic design, public art and branding services, as well as industry relations.

CP Communications will develop and execute the public relations and social media strategy for Jumbana Group to fortify their important role in the community and in business.

CP Communications has also won the public relations and social media account for AVPartners, a leading provider of tailored and integrated event audiovisual services including technical production, audiovisual, lighting, event design and event styling.

AVPartners create amazing event experiences through combining state of the art audiovisual technology, unrivalled expertise and a highly tailored approach.

Through smart public relations and social media strategy and management, CP Communications will build AVPartners as thought leaders in their space and help them achieve their growth goals.

Says director of CP Communications, Catriona Pollard: “Both Jumbana Group and AVPartners provide highly creative, inspirational and valuable services for their clients. We look forward to doing the same for them through delivering highly strategic, ‘outside of the box’ public relations and social media initiatives that get results.”

CP Communications merges traditional PR tactics with cutting-edge social media strategies that engage consumers as well as businesses. Current clients include Workible, AGPAL Group, Edge, Catch (a division of Cirrus Media), Bra-voe, Columbia Aged Care Group, Lee Hecht Harrison, The Leadership Circle Asia Pacific and Macquarie University’s Faculty of Business and Economics.