opr News

  • opr promotes Bridget Jung to Chief Creative Officer

    8 August 2019: Australia’s leading communications agency, opr, has promoted Bridget Jung to the newly created role of Chief Creative Officer, extending the agency’s creative capability following a period of sustained growth.  In her new role, Jung joins opr’s executive leadership…

  • Cannes Review: Why brand purpose is here to stay

    Cannes Lions is like no other festival in the world. It’s intense in every sense. The work. The talks. The people. The location. The excessive quantity of rosé. And, of course, the competition. Over the course of a week, more…

  • Q2 Trumpet Winners Announced

    19 June 2019: The Trumpets are our formal employee recognition program, which is designed to acknowledge and reward our team members for the great work that we do. This quarter’s winners have been nominated for their outstanding performance on client…

  • opr wins at the 2019 Campaign Awards in Hong Kong

    14 June 2019: opr wins at the 2019 Campaign PR Awards in Hong Kong The PR Awards Asia recognise those that are defining thinking and driving the public relations industry forward. In its commitment to showcasing the industry’s best and…

  • Howorth launches business storytelling report

    14 June 2019: Magic often comes from having the right mix of two key elements. The perfect salad dressing carefully balances oil and vinegar, a champion sports team attacks with flair but defends resolutely, the best technologies are easy to use…

  • opr shortlisted for prestigious agency and professional awards PR Week Awards

    22 May 2019: We’re thrilled to announce that opr has been shortlisted for eight PR Week Awards this year, including ANZ Agency of the Year, while our very own Kaz Scott has also been nominated for PR Professional of the…

  • Federal Election – Key issues at play

    26 April 2019: A battle for believability. With campaigns in full swing, and the added pressure of increasing numbers of people voting early, all sides have been quick to show their hands. While we can expect announcements to continue to trickle…

  • A Budget pitched to every Australian

    3 April 2019:  BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS Revenue: $513.8 billion in 2019-20 Expenditure: $500.9 billion in 2019-20 Budget Position: $7.1 billion surplus in 2019-20 Inflation: 2.25% in 2019-20 Real GDP Growth: 0.4% in 2019-20 Unemployment: 5% in 2019-20 Wage growth: 2.5% in…

  • WPP AUNZ wins Star Entertainment Group’s Communications account

    28 March 2019: Following a competitive pitch, WPP AUNZ has been appointed to partner with The Star Entertainment Group’s public relations function, reporting to George Hughes, Chief Marketing Officer and Anthony Cohen, Group General Manager, Guest Experience, Sponsorship and PR.…

  • Q1 Trumpet Winners Announced

    27 March 2019:  The Trumpets are our formal employee recognition program which are designed to acknowledge and reward our team members for the great work that we do. opr’s culture is built on five core values – Bravery, Creativity, Curiosity,…

  • New South Wales decides to “have it all”

    25 March 2019: Voters in NSW have delivered the Liberal National Government its third term in Government. Leader and Premier Gladys Berejiklian took to the stage at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth on Saturday night to declare victory after it became…

  • Five things I’ve learnt… with Olivia Haddow

    19 March 2019: While it’s already full steam ahead for 2019, the opr Melbourne team has encouraged each other to reflect on what has led us to this point, and how we can continue to grow. Last year was a…

  • Pulse rebrands with new positioning focused on delivering Culture. Creativity. Clout.

    12 March 2019: Pulse Communications, one of Australia’s leading consumer brand marketing agencies and part of Australia’s largest PR agency opr, has unveiled a new brand identity. From today, the agency will simply be known as Pulse with a new…

  • opr shortlisted for prestigious agency and professional awards

    11 March 2019:  We’re thrilled to announce that opr has been shortlisted for nine CommsCon awards this year, including Large Agency of the Year and PR Leader of the Year. We’ve also been shortlisted as AdNews PR Agency of the…

  • Howorth rebrands to mark 25 years of excellence

    New contemporary look reflects role as a dynamic integrated communications agency that puts audience and content first To celebrate its 25thanniversary opr’s specialist business and technology communications agency Howorth has unveiled a new brand identity. Since the agency’s inception in 1993,…

  • How to lose from Opposition – and other lessons from election night

    Too many of our politicians woke up yesterday swallowing the bitter pill of 2018 Victorian State Election. The landslide result for Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and the Labor Party, who achieved a 4.8 per cent swing, sees implications for parties,…

  • How to build great media relationships

    6 November 2018:  In PR and communications, we often talk about the importance of building and maintaining relationships. Take a quick scroll through the online job boards and you’ll see it called out as a must when applying for any…

  • opr announces new management structure and promotions

      October 25, 2018: opr has announced a new management structure that incorporates the introduction of a new Chief Growth Officer and Managing Partners in its specialist business practices. These appointments have been created to ensure the agency evolves its…