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Connections matter

Making connections is what we do. Making connections that matter is what we excel at. We connect people to ideas. We connect stories to audiences. We connect strategy to outcomes.

Relationships matter

At every level we forge unparalled relationships with stakeholders that are critical to your success. We do this thoughtfully, strategically and ethically.

Outcomes matter

Our fully integrated communication services are delivered by highly skilled professionals committed to industry-leading levels of service and a great passion for outcomes.

What we do

 

Corporate Communications is Tasmania’s longest-established and most successful public and government relations, marketing and advertising consultancy, the only fully integrated consultancy in the state.

Founded nearly 40-years-ago, we provide the most effective communications advice and services to a wide range of enterprises, organisations and individuals both within Tasmania, interstate and overseas.

Making connections is what we do. Making connections that matter is what we excel at. We connect people to ideas. We connect stories to audiences. We connect strategy to outcomes. We connect our expertise to your problems. We connect brands to consumers. We connect people to people and we do this thoughtfully, strategically, ethically and with great passion for outcomes.

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Keeping you updated

$500,000 fund to benefit west coast

Applications are now open for funding under the $500,000 joint RACT-Tasmanian Government West Coast Experience Trust Fund. The RACT announced its intention to establish the fund in 2014 to stimulate new tourism investment on the west coast and has welcomed the... read more

HOBART NETWORK REVIEW UNDERWAY

Metro Tasmania is undertaking a review of its Hobart Network to maximise the effectiveness of its services and is asking for feedback on its proposed modernisation. Speaking about the review, CEO of Metro Tasmania Stuart Wiggins said “this review is the largest... read more

THOROUGHBRED NIGHT RACING CONTINUES TO SHINE

Total turnover on Wednesday night Tasmanian thoroughbred racing from Launceston continued to grow in 2014/15 – increasing by more than 13 per cent to $70.8 million compared to last season. The average meeting turnover on 22 thoroughbred race meetings between 1... read more

Fixed speed cameras welcomed with conditions

A decision to install eight new fixed speed cameras throughout the state has been endorsed by the RACT. Chief executive officer Harvey Lennon said the RACT supported fixed speed cameras in Tasmania provided they were accompanied by appropriate permanent advisory signs... read more

RACT naming rights partner of Wildside MTB

The RACT is the new naming rights sponsor of Wildside MTB. The iconic four-day mountain bike race will return in January 2016 in partnership with RACT to deliver a world standard event racing from Cradle Mountain to Strahan. Wildside MTB is the largest event on the... read more

Budget good news for motorists and tourists

The RACT has welcomed the Budget commitment to spend $207.4 million for road infrastructure projects in 2015/16. RACT chief executive officer Harvey Lennon said he was also pleased that the Budget contained no increases to motoring charges and taxes and allocated... read more

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