Australian Payments Plus selects Third Hemisphere as PR agency partner

Australian Payments Plus (AP+) has chosen PR agency Third Hemisphere to support its public relations.

With household brands such as BPAY, EFTPOS and PayID, AP+ operates in the public interest to build and operate Australia’s payments infrastructure.

Third Hemisphere CEO Hannah Moreno said its clients are all reimagining entire industries, or even creating whole new ones.


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Monks streamlines its services with focus on AI-Powered marketing and technology solutions

Media.Monks, now Monks, is simplifying its offerings into two synchronised practices: marketing services and technology services, both powered by the Monks.Flow AI platform.

This strategic shift aims to provide CEOs, CMOs, and CTOs with integrated services for sustainable growth and innovation, leveraging AI to enhance efficiency and drive transformation. The offerings will be…

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Greg Hoffman’s Mumbrella360 keynote is the tip of an inspirational iceberg

The vast database includes audio and video content from industry leaders at exclusive events, including Mumbrella360.

The conference’s flagship keynote, ‘Emotion by Design: Creative Leadership Lessons from a Life at Nike‘ was delivered by former Nike global chief marketing officer, Greg Hoffman.

The hour-long session saw the creative marketing genius reminisce on his success at…

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B Lab strips Havas of B Corp certification globally

French holdco Havas has lost its B Corp status globally due to its work for oil and gas company Shell.

Per DeSmog, Havas London, Havas Lemz, Havas New York and Havas Immerse are no longer certified, while other entities in the group have been made ineligible to certify.

The investigation completed by B Lab – the non-for-profit organisation that leads and verifies the B Corp community…

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How To Make Gravy producers drop new details on film of Xmas classic

Binge is currently in production on the Gold Coast for its first original feature film, How To Make Gravy.

The film, a co-production with Warner Bros Discovery, translates Paul Kelly’s 1996 hit into a cinematic marvel that follows an inmate writing a letter to his family while they are in the midst of preparing for Christmas in his absence.

Australian musician Meg Washington adapted…

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