Who we are
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.
Connections that 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 that matter
At every level we forge unparalled relationships with stakeholders that are critical to your success. We do this thoughtfully, strategically and ethically.
Our fully integrated communication services are delivered by highly skilled professionals committed to industry-leading levels of service and a great passion for outcomes.
Tasracing has selected the 10 participants for the 2017 6tyo Youngbloods Challenge.
Tasracing has selected the 10 participants for the 2017 6tyo Youngbloods Challenge. The series for young drivers will be conducted at Devonport on 9 June, Hobart 11 June and Launceston on 18 Juneread more
Australia’s first low floor, wheelchair accessible bus has been restored to its operational glory by the Tasmanian Bus and Coach Society thanks to a grant worth more than $7500 from the Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF).read more
The RACT has welcomed the inclusion of a number of commitments for Tasmanian roads in this year’s state budget.
RACT CEO Harvey Lennon said he was pleased to see commitments for the Mowbray Connector in the north and continued funding for existing projects such as the Bass Highway at Wynyard and upgrades to the Midland Highway.read more
Metro Tasmania Chair Michael Harris today announced the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Stuart Wiggins.read more
A proposal by the Federal Government to phase out regular unleaded petrol would result in a substantial price increase for consumers, the RACT says.read more
“If these were adult seat belt offences, I would expect the issue to be given more significant exposure.”
Nearly 85 per cent of child restraints checked by the RACT – in partnership with Kidsafe Tasmania – since the end of 2015 have needed to be adjusted to be made safe.
RACT Motoring Services manager Peter Gillon said while many of the adjustments required more recently were minor, adjustments were still required.read more
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