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Currie Communications is an independent Australian public relations agency which thrives on work that starts conversations about solving problems. We assist clients to make sense of complex issues, engage influential stakeholders, and tell stories that inspire positive change.

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All aboard: behavioural economics

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Behavioural economics has taken flight in Australia and offers insights for those of us working in communications in agriculture and natural resources to be more effective in bringing about change. Think about the last time you went to the shops and bought an apple. What made you buy it and…

Change is a thing of the past

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Another form to sign. You pull out your pen and write out the date. 25th January. Wait… 25th? Where the hell did January go? The New Year came and went (a bit like your pay cheque) and now you’re wading waist-deep in 2017. Practically drowning at this point. It’s time…

Our journey to do good

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Lessons from our sustainability journey Two of the many lessons you learn when working in the media and being raised on farms are.  Change is a constant in people’s lives. Often it’s not enough to be part of a conversation about change – you have to lead it; and The…

We value what we measure: women in ag

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Close your eyes. Picture a farmer. It’s likely you pictured a man – after all, that is the stereotypical image of a farmer the world over. It’s clearly a picture that Women Organising for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN) Executive Director Jeannette Gurung is driven to change….

It has been a pleasure working with the Currie team on the FarmDiversity PR campaign – the team did a fantastic job on the campaign and the strategy was carried out with precision.

Damon Whittock, Communications and Public Affairs Manager, RIRDC.

Working with Currie has been highly productive for us. Currie understood what was needed for an effective submission. They took the time to nail down what we really wanted to say, and then made our story easy to understand.

Dr Michael Robinson, Chief Executive Officer of Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre (PBCRC).

Currie’s work on communications and engagement has been crucial in obtaining stakeholder agreement for a national sustainability framework for the Australian dairy industry. I have no hesitation in recommending them.

Helen Dornom, Manager Sustainability including Food Safety & Integrity, Dairy Australia

Currie impressed us with their flexibility, clear thinking, hard work and attention to detail. They did all they said they would do, and did it with a full appreciation of our communications needs. The brief was changed several times but Currie kept up and always responded with enthusiasm and commitment.

Paul Tierney - Manager, Marketing and Communications - Road Safety and Network Access

Currie Communications have been invaluable through the development of the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework. It’s refreshing to work with an agency that genuinely has a deep understanding of sustainability and the complexities that come with it. This in combination with their broad networks and a passion for stakeholder engagement have been the perfect fit for this project.

Pip Band - Industry Sustainability Framework Manager - Meat & Livestock Australia