For more than a decade, we’ve worked with national property group Peet and its teams around the country on award-winning investor relations, marketing communications and engagement campaigns.
We provide the full scope of services to Busselton Water - from brand management and strategy development through to digital/social planning, community engagement, corporate publications and media relations.
We work alongside the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) on strategic communications and engagement activities for some of Western Australia's most important and iconic redevelopment projects.
We've been media advisers for countless clients, including the Western Australian Corruption and Crime Commission and the Blaxell Inquiry - and we were the WA media affiliate for the 2016 Federal Election.
Our media networks and award-winning expertise mean we are called on during a crisis or for ongoing media relations support.
We have also planned and executed award-winning publicity campaigns for a number of major international arts exhibitions – including the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s St Petersburg 1900 and Peggy Guggenheim, the State Library of Western Australia’s National Treasures and Freycinet Collection, and the WA Museum’s A Day in Pompeii.
This dynamic not-for-profit care provider has kept us on our toes, taking advantage of the full breadth of our expertise - from strategy and key messaging to media relations and training, stakeholder engagement, issues management and video production.
We do far more than just scratch at the surface when it comes to providing strategic advice. We embed our minds and hearts in an organisation or issue to devise comprehensive and robust plans to grow awareness, build businesses and improve reputations.
We're not the type to blow our own trumpet but we're one of Western Australia's most highly sought after agencies when it comes to corporate and campaign strategies and planning for both public and private sector clients.
We're arguably one of the most experienced communications agencies in WA - if not Australia - when it comes to community engagement programs associated with urban development and large scale infrastructure projects.
Our engagement work has included award-winning programs for major Government initiatives such as on-demand transport reform and Fiona Stanley Hospital as well as extensive stakeholder engagement and community consultation campaigns for a range of developers and Government departments.
Our work with this vital sector has most recently included an award-winning public engagement campaign for the Department of Transport - backed by a wealth of strategic communications work across the industry for Main Roads WA, the Public Transport Authority, Airnorth, Westrail Rail Freight and Bristow Helicopters.
We've also supported a number of WA port operations and projects including the Kimberley Ports Authority, Pilbara Ports Authority and the (then) Geraldton Port Authority.
Photo credits: WA Department of Transport and Kimberley Ports Authority
Our award-winning campaign to launch Kleenheat Gas' entry into the retail gas market has been a highlight of our ongoing work with WesCEF, which includes corporate and internal communications as well as media relations and crisis management.
For two decades we’ve lived and breathed events – from conferences and exhibitions to grand openings to galas. No matter what the purpose, we create an event that meets our clients' needs.
Most crisis situations are the result of unmanaged, or ineffectively managed, issues. We provide scenario planning, strategy development and hands-on implementation to make sure that doesn't happen to our clients and their organisations.
We specialise in strategies for communicating powerfully and confidently with internal and external stakeholders, including the media.
We provide the CCC with high-level strategic counsel and media management services to communicate its critical role in helping public sector agencies to minimise and manage serious misconduct, and assisting WA Police to combat organised crime.
This up-and-coming Perth tech-firm has worked with us to raise their profile through clever and cost-effective communications and skill development as they bring robots and virtual reality into the mainstream.
Photo credits: Brightwater and Art Gallery of Western Australia
Many of our clients rely on our media training, particularly prior to campaign launches or major announcements, while others have engaged us for crisis training as part of an overall issues management strategy.
We understand the power of adding value to audiences and bringing them along for the ride across a broad range of communication channels.
From traditional newsletters and publications, to social media management, websites, blogs, videos, email marketing and in-person events, Mills Wilson has a knack for combining attention grabbing content with the most appropriate tools to nurture audiences and enhance our client's potential - be this through sales, donations, influence or shaping of opinions.
We believe long-term partnerships achieve outstanding results and we're committed to giving back to the community where we can. As a result, we've worked with many of our pro bono clients for years providing strategic communications advice, media and event support, fundraising strategy and writing services to win awards and partnership proposals.
Our award-winning campaign to build a relationship-driven platform for a worthy not-for-profit in the form of Perth's Longest Lunch is testament to our commitment to achieving results in this area.
A few of our pro bono and not for profit clients include Autism West, Awareness Cambodia, Community Housing Coalition, the Peet Anglicare Op Shop Ball, the Salvation Army, Silver Chain WA, Spinal WA and WACOSS, as well as the (former) Association for the Blind.
Managing Director, Marie Mills, is also the longest-serving current Board member for Workpower.
We combine our strategic know-how and a finely-honed sense of storytelling to drive digital communications for a diverse mix of clients.
From websites to videos, email newsletters, blogs, social media and influencer campaigns, our digital team devises and delivers clever programs that spread all the right messages in the right places for our clients.
For almost a decade, we’ve been integral to the strategic communications and stakeholder programs for some of Western Australia’s most significant hospital and health projects, including the flagship Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Photo credits: WA Department of Health
Property business Richard Noble has broken new ground in WA for more than a century.
We've helped them tell that story - through events, photography, award submissions, media relations - as well as nurture new communities and projects.
Promoting Perth's popular and picturesque Burswood Park, and the work of the Park's Board, has been a privilege and pleasure over many years.
We are passionate about great stories and have a knack for getting people to share them with us on camera.
Our senior team has worked both inside and alongside all of the major local (and not so local) news networks as producers, news directors or facilitators for hundreds of video-based stories about real people and issues.
Insurance and risk management can be interesting and engaging – and we help Australia’s leading privately owned insurance broker prove that’s so.
Our media, traditional and digital communication helps EBM stand apart from its competitors.