what my clients have to say
Michelle Ockers Found a Voice for Her Business and Industry
Your industry is undergoing massive change. You know you can help, but don’t have the voice or influence for that level of contribution.
Michelle Ockers is a Learning and Development strategist. Michelle believed in her relevance and capacity to survive disruption. She had helped Qantas and Coca Cola Amatil transform culture and create high impact learning environments. Following these successful projects, she wanted to help other learning professionals see their potential…click below to read what happened.
Kari Baynes Became the Writer and Leader Her Business Needed
Kari was passionate about her newly established adult swimming business, Different Strokes Swimming. But working with adults who couldn’t swim was a far cry from her previous corporate life as Head of Business Development at News Corporation Australia.
Kari knew writing would be an important skill for telling the story of her fledgling business, but she lacked confidence….click below to read what happened.
A word from a national media commentator
“Katie is so much more than a consummate PR professional. She has taken me from being known within my profession to being a commentator on national media. She is my muse and mentor, helping and cajoling me into shaping what I have to say into stories that create the change I’m after.”
Richard Boele, Partner KPMG Banarra
A Humanitarian Leader Finds Her Voice - Martina Hughes, Owner, Tantric Blossoming
Do you know you have a worthwhile message? But you’re not reaching the people who need to hear it?
Until Martina Hughes worked with KatieMac Publicity, she had that problem.
As the founder of Tantric Blossoming, she had a high profile in a niche market. But to achieve her goals she needed to reach a mainstream audience.
Industry Leader Overcomes Invisibility Through Blogging - Michelle Fiegehen, CEO, Yempo
Do you feel invisible to prospects? Michelle Fiegehen, founder and CEO of Yempo, knew she was.
Yempo is based in the Phillipines, but most of Michelle’s clients are in Australia. How could she be in one country and establish a high profile in other countries?
Then Michelle began working with KatieMac Publicity to tackle that invisibility.
Kari Baynes - Embracing The New Swimmer, The New Australian
“Imagine if swimming were part of the induction to Australia. What if we established an SSL course to run concurrently with our ESL programs – Swimming as a Second Language?” Kari Baynes, Director at Different Strokes Swimming and Sydney Swimmers, GAICD.