Tag Archives: australia
Posted on04. Aug, 2012 by Richard Spencer.
The latest social innovation, Social Gifting, arrived in Australia this week with the launch of Wrapp. Founded in Sweden last year, Wrapp allows users to give their Facebook friends gift cards valid at a wide range of local retailers. Some of the foundation retail partners in Australia include Roses Only, La Senza, Lorna Jane, Mossimo [...]
Posted on16. Feb, 2012 by Lucy Wilton.
Socialbakers have recently released new statistics on the top ten Facebook pages in Australia. Quiksilver tops the ‘top 10 brands by number of fans’, followed closely by Bubble O’Bill Ice Creams, UGG Australia and Coca-Cola Australia and rounding out the top five is BONDS. Engagement is a different story though – the companies topping the [...]
Posted on07. Mar, 2011 by Richard Spencer.
There are a large number of factors which impact upon employing organisations in Australia. The ageing population, changing participation rates, and observations about the propensity of young people to career development and the predominance of Generation Y in key recruiting demographics are critical external factors. And there can be little doubt that the Australian population [...]
Posted on23. Dec, 2010 by Richard Spencer.
In an eventful month of new business and award wins, Daemon TWO has welcomed two new staff members to the fold. Shane Brien joins the team as Social Media Coordinator. Following previous posts with Fairfax and more recently with Fox Sports as part of their Commonwealth Games broadcast team, Brien specialises in building brands via [...]
Posted on03. Dec, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
You know what the best way to end the week is? Congratulating someone on a win – and it’s even better when that person is an ex-Daemon Group staff member! Madeleine Stevens (Daemonite from 2004-2008 and regular freelancer since) has taken the top honours in the Getty Images’ Flickr competition for 2010! Here’s the photos [...]
Posted on20. Apr, 2010 by nat cagilaba.
In a recent post Tom Pitney answered the question “Are Australians slow adaptors to new technologies?” with “Australian Businesses are generally slower than most US or European countries to evolve to social and technological change.” As the answer to the question posed, I disagree. Australians are great at adopting new technologies. You only have to [...]