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  • opr shortlisted: CommsCon Awards 2018

    6 February 2018: opr has been recognised with six shortlists in the 2018 CommsCon Awards. Our specialist agency, Pulse Communications,…

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  • Will influencers be more than just ‘guns for hire’ in 2018?

    31 January 2018: Marketing experts reveal the pros and cons of influencer marketing and how it’s shaping up for 2018.…

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  • Corporate social responsibility: The (mostly) good, the bad, and the ugly

    31 January 2018: Since the dawn of public relations, healthy consumer skepticism has raised the question: “Why? Why am I being…

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  • Launching Pink Hope’s ‘Don’t Be Dense, Be Dense Aware’ Campaign

    January 12, 2018: Pink Hope is a preventative health organisation working to ensure every individual can assess, manage and reduce their risk of…

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  • opr announces latest Trumpet winners

    December 20, 2017:  The Trumpets is our formal employee recognition program which is designed to acknowledge and reward our team…

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  • opr announces new leadership team to kick-start 2018

    Sydney, December 15, 2017: opr has announced changes to its executive leadership team. Richard Brett has been promoted to CEO…

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  • Project Botanicals delivers a sensory adventure

    November 23, 2017:  opr is proud to have worked on Bombay Sapphire’s new Project Botanicals experience in Sydney and Melbourne…

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  • The Citizenship Seven leaves the Government in chaos

    27th October 2017: In a plot more suited to a bad country and western song, The Nationals have lost a Deputy…

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  • Why Authentic Relations should be the next ‘PR’ rebrand

    13th October 2017: “Stop shouting. We can’t hear you.” This may well be the slogan for the 21st century, according…

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  • opr appoints Executive Creative Director

    10 October  2017:  opr Australia has appointed Bridget Jung, a heavyweight creative lead with international and multi-discipline experience, to the…

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