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Random House Australia (RHA) is part of the global Random House Group, the world’s largest book publisher. RHA is a trade publisher, publishing around 200 titles each year across multiple genres including crime/thriller, romance, history, literary fiction and children’s....Read full case study »
Zuni are a key partner in an ambitious five year research study, Safe and Well Online (SWO) which brings together leading Australian academics from major universities including the University of South Australia, University of Western Sydney and Queensland University of...Read full case study »
The online world has increasingly become the most important resource for recreational travelers. Tourism Tasmania’s incumbent website, while providing the basic nuts and bolts travel information, wasn’t providing users an experience that represents what a holiday in Tasmania...Read full case study »
Fuji Xerox Australia provides essential back-office support through its broad portfolio of document technology, services, software and supplies. FXA’s digital presence was fragmented and highly product centric, making it difficult for prospects and customers to find...Read full case study »
The Australian School of Business (ASB) is the biggest faculty within the UNSW comprising of 9 different schools, 9 research centres, 14,000 students, over 430 staff and more than 57,000 alumni.zuyni ASB had a number of fragmented social media presences aimed across a range of...Read full case study »
The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) is Australia’s largest management organisation and delivers a range of services to both it’s members and the broader Australian management community. These include running a range of training courses, events and conferences for...Read full case study »