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What our Clients Say

    • "Your innovative and proactive approach to stakeholder relations in no small part contributed to the success of this sensitive and complex program of works"
      Water Matters Alliance
    • "QCCN's aggressive marketing campaign transformed North Queensland's Army Reserve Brigade from a severely undermanned outfit into a national leader in recruitment"
      11 Brigade Army Reserve
    • "Wanted to take this opportunity to personally thank you for the super effort and the results of the Townsville Power Station opening"
      Transfield Services Australia
    • "Everything went really well and the end result looks fantastic! Thanks for your hard work”
      Townsville Enterprise Limited
    • "QCCN took the lead in developing and implementing the marketing for the campaign and then became the driving force behind maintaining its profile to ensure fundraising success"
      Australian Red Cross
    • "It's been great working with you. Thanks for making my time here such a rewarding experience"
      Stockland Townsville
    • "I enjoyed working with you and was glad your team was on the ground helping with everything during the brief and hectic project. Despite the high drama things went well"
      Suncor Energy Management (Canada)
    • "The team is very credible and has strong local knowledge"
      Queensland Nickel Industries
    • "Thanks for all the hard work. The advice was invaluable and the campaign certainly caused a stir"
      Women in Docs
    • "The parties were able to use your professional and informative methods and the public information meetings progressed successfully"
      National Native Title Tribunal
    • "As soon as I heard the QCCN team were involved in what was a difficult and complex situation, my faith in a positive outcome increased immeasurably"
      Queensland Government Minister
       
    •  "It was a pleasure to watch consummate professionals at work"
      Carson Group

    • "The QCCN team have always provided service of exceptional standards. Thank you for the professionalism and assistance"
      Townsville Port Authority
    • "To be recognised in this way is quite an achievement and reflects a strong service ethic in conceiving, refining and providing a project that the public not only desired but urgently needed"
      Federal Member for Herbert
    • "This is a significant step towards reconciliation in this country"
      National Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
    • "We are a part of each other's success"
      BHP Billiton
    • “Your handling of the branding exercise has been first class.  I am a cynic of these things but the result has been excellent”
      Serving Queensland Member of Parliament

Case studies

QCCN has undertaken a diverse range of projects for clients that have delivered significant value to their operations. While this list is not exhaustive, it serves to demonstrate the scope of our operations.  

Water Matters Alliance (Abigroup Pty Ltd, Aquatec-Maxcon, GHD, United Group Infrastructure, Townsville City Council)

The Water Matters Alliance was formed to develop a $110m program of infrastructure works across Townsville. QCCN developed the stakeholder relations strategy and managed all stakeholder relations, communication, branding, issues management and media support to the alliance.

Our work for WMA has been benchmarked as the best Government Communication Project in the Asia Pacific Region.

 

Australian College of Tropical Agriculture

The Burdekin Agricultural College was facing challenges as it tried to compete for students with other education providers across the state. QCCN was commissioned to develop a marketing strategy to allow the college to better differentiate itself in a time of changing market conditions. We managed the corporate rebranding including stakeholder relations of the Burdekin Agricultural College to become the Australian College of Tropical Agriculture.

As well as managing the launch of the brand and the marketing process, we provided a range of other support including advertising and media relations. With QCCN involvement and support, the marketing strategy and the process developed for Australian College of Tropical Agriculture was later adopted and benchmarked by all agricultural colleges in Queensland which lead into the amalgamation of the colleges into The Australian Agricultural College Corporation (AACC).

The project was benchmarked with the State Award for Excellence in comprehensive communication program.

 

Department of Education Training and the Arts - Innisfail Integrated Education Precinct

In the wake of Cyclone Larry in 2007, DETA commissioned QCCN to manage consultation and engagement elements for the rationalisation and integration of Innisfail's education resources into a single, major community facility - the Johnstone Community College.

QCCN successfully facilitated engagement and consultation with political, departmental, statutory and local stakeholders towards the contentious amalgamation of local secondary school, inclusive education unit and TAFE College.

The project has rated as highly successful, with all stakeholders reported satisfaction with the process, no significant opposition to the outcomes of the project was received and stakeholder synergy both increased the scope and budget of the project, as well as bringing together disparate stakeholders with a shared vision.

The project has been benchmarked as the best Community Communication project in Queensland.

 

Department of Main Roads - Southern Access Corridor Study

Just south of Townsville, Australia's National Highway winds through a rural valley that is expected to become a major city of some 100,000 people within the next 30 years.

As part of the preparation for this development, QCCN was commissioned to undertake consultation and engagement to support stakeholder involvement and negotiations.

After 14 months spent identifying future transport needs and options, and examining community structure, possible alignments and negotiating land required, a motorway and supporting road network alignment has been agreed by all parties with almost universal approval.