Working with KatieMac Publicity, you become the commentator. Katie works closely with you, creating strong story angles and ideas, making you the kind of expert media want to talk to.
KatieMac Publicity has worked with experts in management, sustainability, climate change, leadership, marketing, property, personal finance and rural business to generate powerful coverage in mainstream and business media.
Did you hear or see Richard Boele, Managing Director of Banarra Sustainability, talking about human rights and mining in Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine, Late Night Live with Phillip Adams, ABC Canberra, Sky TV Business News or Qantas Inflight Business Radio with Alan Kohler?
Did you hear or see Brendan Burwood, Managing Director of ipac financial (aged) care in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Money lift out; Sky TV Business News; Qantas Inflight Business Radio; News Limited’s Your Money; ninemsn personal finance; Today Show; Radio National Life Matters and Money Magazine?
Did you see Avril Henry, Managing Director of Avril Henry, writing about ‘corporate apartheid’ in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Opinion Page; or hear Avril on ABC Canberra; ABC Melbourne or ABC Local Radio’s Night Life with Tony Delroy? Perhaps you remember Avril Henry saying “Oh No! 1950’s Bosses Are Back!” right across Australian media?
KatieMac Publicity’s work has also contributed to the profiles of countless others; including personal finance and business commentator Tony Melvin; property investment commentator Michael Yardney; personal finance commentator Arun Abey and neuroleadership expert David Rock. KatieMac Publicity is the publicist for Australian Museum Eureka (Science) Prizes. Other clients have included Sydney Writers’ Festival and RU OK?Day.