OCC has worked closely with Australian and international sports media since 1996.
Key events and roles include:
Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Olympic news service writer)
Commonwealth Games 2018 (deputy venue press manager)
Sailing World Cup Melbourne, Festival of Sails, Audi Hamilton Island Race Week and three yachting world championships (media manager)
Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race (media director and PR account manager)
Multiple NSW Surf Life Saving state titles (journalist)
NSW Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day (public relations support)
From long lead magazine through to short lead opportunities, social media campaigns and media engagement, OCC will stay calm and within budget, step through the process side-by-side with the client, and be realistic about the likely results.
OCC’s experience includes radio, video and TV interviews and integral to its success is the ability to think as a news or video journalist would, to source the story and create the perfect visual accompaniment.
Premium brand clients Rolex Geneva and Australia, BMW Sydney and Hamilton Island are among OCC’s current and previous clients.
Regardless of stature or spend, OCC will create opportunities outside the box to reach the target audience.
From planning through to execution and follow up, OCC provides a complete service.
Skilled in broader event planning including branding, entertainment and photography/videography through to the media component including accreditation, press packs, designing a working media centre and being hands-on at the event.
Modern media is all about socials and OCC will create engaging content and a strong social media presence.
As the Facebook page administrator and with the Instagram and Twitter logins for multiple clients, OCC is trusted with direct access to the client’s important audience in order to craft interesting and sharable words, images and videos.
OCC’s articles and news items are published across a wide range of mediums from business and tourism magazines to blogs and sport websites.
The style of writing can be adapted to whatever the client needs – press releases, media alerts, website copy, feature articles, blogs and snappy social media posts. Or use your own in-house writing talent and Lisa can then sub-edit and craft the text into something really special.