When brands team up with influential bloggers, they get remarkable results – that get their message to consumers, facilitate conversation around that message, influence purchase decisions, and create a movement of brand advocates.
We have the expertise and relationships to help you create the blogger partnership of your dreams. The ways to work with the Remarkables are as unique as the bloggers themselves, but can include:
To find out more about how we can help your brand be remarkable, drop us an email at remarks[@]theremarkablesgroup.com.au.
Lorraine had an eight-year career in PR and comms strategy before starting The Remarkables Group in May 2012. Originally from drizzly Dublin, she moved to sunny Sydney five years ago.
Amazing recognition came her way in the form of B&T Magazine’s 30 Under 30, Women in Media (Digital category), being named one of BRW’s Five Young Entrepreneurs to Watch and one of Dynamic Business’s Young Guns of 2012. Lorraine has appeared in media including The Project, Sunrise, Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian and lectured in the strategic use of social media at both the University of New South Wales and Sydney University. She is a frequent speaker at industry events, including Mumbrella’s CommsCon and Problogger Training Day, and also leads training seminars for brands on the world of bloggers.
She happily admits to a Kikki-K addiction and lives with her new-ish husband and cat.
Emily takes day-to-day care of our clients and Remarkables. Our chatty Queenslander combines her uber-organisational skills with a knack for doing things a little differently. Emily’s skillset is wide, with a real passion for social media and the ways a brand’s story can now be told.
Hailing from Brisbane originally, she worked for four years in PR developing her skills in PR, marketing and event management. She flew to Sydney for her interview with The Remarkables Group and arrived for her first day as a Relationship Coordinator at 8.45am the morning after moving states.
Emily has also interned with the Hello Sunday Morning movement and Myer, and holds a degree in Business (Public Relations).
Rosalie brings a French-Canadian flair to our team. Her curiosity has taken her traveling around Europe and United States, studying part of her degree in the Marketing of Fashion in a British University and now enjoying the Aussie lifestyle.
Her work at several advertising agencies in Montreal saw her manage web content strategies and develop innovative concepts to promote clients across industries including lifestyle, finance and entertainment. She also organised events for bloggers and inspired them to share their experience with their readers.
She was a key speaker at Infopresse’s Marketing of Fashion and Beauty in February 2011, discussing brands collaborating with bloggers, sharing case studies from around the world and providing her tips for successful blogger partnerships.
Rosalie is passionate about creative innovations. inspiring companies, DIY, crafts and flagging the next big trends. Her writing has been featured in a number of Canadian fashion titles.