COVID-19 is well and truly with us. And, beyond the clear risks to people’s health and the impending strain on our health system more broadly, the economic impacts will be far-reaching.
From store closures to companies going under, the economic outlook has felt rather pessimistic of late here in South Australia. So I wanted to share a local good news story.
There’s something about a hard copy brochure or print publication… Everything from the stock, to the design and copy help to tell the story of your brand.
My year 12 English teacher has had a lasting impression on my life. And my career. Here’s why – and how you can write better copy too.
Some of you may remember that at this time last year I wrote a blog post about being in business.
April wasn’t a good month for one of my clients.
The humble e-newsletter might seem a tad outdated in a world where we’re increasingly focused on SEO and remarketing campaigns…
Last week Facebook announced a big shake up to News Feed.
Writing great copy is easy, right? Well, for some.
Each week we meet with companies of various sizes from a range of industries that are seeking help with their communications.
Starting a new business – or rebranding or refreshing an existing one – is both an exciting and scary time.
“What do you do?” It’s a question you’re probably asked all the time, but some of us are better than others at answering it.
It’s been a busy month in the KIS Communications office, but life as a new small business owner isn’t without its challenges!
As a brand or business, the way we communicate impacts everything we do.
There’s an art to blogging? Yes. Or an art to blogging well, rather.
When it comes to communications, many people fancy themselves experts – but there is much that sets true marketing communications experts apart.