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Sleeping rough for a great cause

On Thursday, June 25, Tim Hughes will be joining other South Australian business leaders sleeping rough in Victoria Square as part of Vinnies CEO Sleepout. 

To those who have sponsored him to date, a heart-felt THANK YOU!  Together, we’re well on our way to reaching our personal sponsorship goal of $5000. 

To those who haven’t sponsored but would like to, please
donate here.  None of us will be disappointed if we exceed our target and make a greater contribution to Vinnie’s State goal of raising more than $608,000 to beat last year’s record.

The men, women and sometimes children forced to sleep rough every night will be grateful.

Social media and crisis management 

Social media has offered a host of new platforms to disseminate content, build relationships, foster engagement and better understand the needs of target audiences. However, it has also dissolved traditional boundaries, creating a sense of proximity between brands, clients and other key stakeholders - resulting in  organisations being more susceptible to potentially damaging situations. In this video blog, Hughes consultant Belinda Scott explains why it's important to integrate social media into an issues and crisis management plan.

Brown Falconer turns 70

Leading architectural firm Brown Falconer recently celebrated its 70th birthday with clients and friends. The event provided an opportunity for the organisation to showcase its impressive new offices in Chesser St and discuss its current mixed-use projects that are taking shape around Adelaide's CBD. Hughes' Digital Video Production Manager Alli Evans was there to film the celebration and see first-hand that Brown Falconer is looking forward to making a strong impact on local streetscapes and on people’s lives, now and in the future. Watch the event video here

Crypts proving to be hot property 

The Adelaide Cemeteries Authority has commenced construction of a $2.6 million expansion of its Enfield Memorial Park mausoleum to cater for growing demand for crypts.
 
Hughes worked with the Authority to help promote the expansion plans, including prominent media coverage in The Advertiser, Messenger and Channel 7. Watch the Channel 7 story here.

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