Whether you are looking for a partner to help you with social media, onlne marketing, your new website design, search engine optimisation or even writing content for your website, within this section you will find a range of our most recent work with customers that demonstrates our skills. If you have a specific question about our work, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Events & Marketing Partner Case Study
The Customer: Catapult Creative Productions
Catapult is a full service event management, marketing activation and production company with a focus on producing exciting and unique entertainment experiences, with over 20 years’ experience producing some of the largest events in Australia.
Catapult’s core services include Engagement Marketing, Large scale events / branded entertainment, Strategic partnership leveraging, Online, mobile and social media, Corporate events, and Content production and editing.
Catapult’s customers include Virgin Australia, Toyota, Meat and Livestock Australia, Australian National Maritime Museum and Parramatta City Council to name but a few.
The Challenge: provide high quality online technology services for customer events and marketing
In 2011 Catapult Creative Productions recognised they needed to provide technology expertise to underpin some of their core services to customers. Their key requirements included:
- contribution to customer strategy planning and RFPs
- brainstorming technology integration into marketing and events such as search engine optimisation
- consulting and advice on technology for events and marketing such as social media, ‘new’ technologies, online marketing and ‘what is possible’
- ability to custom build websites, Facebook applications, ‘widgets’ and micro sites cost effectively
- ability to implement a wide range of online technology and online marketing tools in the most effective way including event ticket management software, social media management applications and online advertising
- supplement their own marketing team with copywriting, graphic design and online marketing knowledge and skills
Multi Website Development Case Study
The Customer: DFK Australia & New Zealand
DFK International are financial and business specialists with over two hundred firms, more than ten thousand staff and a presence in almost every continent of the world.
DFK Australia and New Zealand has over twelve firms located across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and provides comprehensive business services including auditing, accounting, taxation and consulting.
The Challenge: Branding, Consistency, Flexibility
DFK Australia and New Zealand needed a multi-site website solution that provided them with fresh branding consistent with their head office in the United Kingdom, ease of management and distributed administrative control across their Australian, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea firms,
while also being cost effective. The pre-existing website was developed a number of years prior - it lacked interactivity and didn't accurately reflect the instilled professionalism of the business and it's firms.
Not for Profit Website Case Study
The Customer: Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife
The Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife is a not for profit organisation dedicated to preserving public estates for future generations. In the ten years prior to 2012, the Foundation has provided more than $11 million in funding conservation projects, more than half a million dollars in land conservation grants, and over $1 million each to threatened species projects, education and research projects and cultural heritage restoration projects. It has also added more than 41,000 hectares of land to Australia’s National Reserve system - the equivalent size of Barbados.
The Challenge: Modernisation, Interactivity, Ease of Management
The Foundation approached Wirth Consulting with a need to modernise their ten-year-old HTML based website, enhance their online branding, increase interactivity and ease backend management of the website.
Susanna Bradshaw, CEO at the Foundation, said “At the time we were going through a rebranding project for the Foundation and really needed to help online visitors identify us as a National Grant development organisation. We hoped the new website would drive traffic and become a project and
grant resource and information centre, as well as a tool for revenue generation through donations and the like.