nDash.com is a content creation platform that provides brands and agencies with access to the world's top freelance writers.
This project involved:interviewing the professionals; researching and writing the articles; proofing and working with the magazine editor.
I attended the IoT and AgTech Summit in September 2016, co-hosted by the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC) and KPMG Australia. I wrote an article, which became the event report’s introduction.
There’s something electric about being with a hundred people focused on collaboration, community and culture. I attended the Global Coworking Unconference Conference, in August in Melbourne. This network is focused on creating a hub for collaboration and community with an innovation focus.
Part-time role assisting the NSIN Chair and team with marketing strategy, governance, social media management and telling the innovation story for the North Sydney region. I've led the brand development project for the organisation.
Company: North Sydney Innovation Network (NSIN)
I worked there from 4/2017 until now
Recover from Injury aims to help people who have had their lives flipped upside down by injury. Through the website and the community they can learn tips, connect with others in the community and tap into their inner strength so that they can have the best recovery possible and thrive in the future. Currently in development: group coaching and a concept for an app. www.recoverfrominjury.com https://www.facebook.com/recoverfrominjury/
Company: Recover from Injury
I worked there from 10/2015 until now
Managing communication projects for agribusiness clients, working with the Seedbed Media team.
Company: Seedbed Media
I worked there from 11/2015 until now
Innovate Communicate helps changemakers, that want to make a difference in the fields of science, technology and sustainability. We help them develop and implement communication and marketing activities to support their goals. www.innovatecommunicate.com
Company: Innovate Communicate
I worked there from 9/2015 until now