Thoughts

How does 2030 look? It’s up to us.

January 1, 2020. Canberra, Australia. We wake to an eerie silence and a thick blanket of smoke covering our city. No birds chirping, no laughter o...
29 January 2020

More than a statue, and more than your ego

Only three percent of statues in Australia honour non-fictional, non-royal women: the vast majority are of dead, white men. So why has a statue of...
26 September 2019

B Corp: How to digest certification

July is B Corp month. So as a proudly-certified, purpose-driven B Corporation (B Corp), Currie is sharing what we know about seeking certificati...
26 July 2019

Why partnering for good is good for business

Why should businesses do good? It’s not just about reputation or charity. It’s about becoming a more successful business. Currie is a proudly-...
16 July 2019

Lighting a flame under the SDGs

This time last year we asked if Australia was on-track to hold up its end of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A few months...
11 June 2019

Is Aus ag prepared for telling a shared values story?

Almost 3000 Australians revealed their perceptions of Australia’s beef industry to the University of Queensland (UQ) last year. In the main, the...
01 May 2019

Sustainability is bigger than social licence

The expectations that consumers and the community have for how food is produced, and who they trust to produce it, are changing. Lately the terms ...
01 April 2019

The power of protest

On 8 March we celebrated International Women’s Day. Marches were held around the world to rally for equality and celebrate womanhood. Melbourne...
22 March 2019

Keeping an eye on the competition

So, how do you keep an eye on your competitors? One of the best and easiest ways to keep watch is to audit your competitors’ communications. It ...
15 January 2019