We’ve had many irons in the fire having worked across a diverse range of industries with large and small businesses including multinationals, iconic kiwi brands, startups and not for profits.
"Amy has played a significant role in the establishment and ongoing success of GridAKL, the innovation precinct at Wynyard Quarter. She fully understands our businesses needs and objectives, providing sound advice across a very wide variety of communications requirements. Amy is always on the lookout for PR opportunities and works to get the most out of them, developing story ideas which have generated substantial media coverage across television, print and online. She is very experienced, professional, a pleasure to work with and will go the extra mile to get results. I highly recommend Amy and will not hesitate to work with her again for any of GridAKL’s future communication needs."
"Amy is a PR powerhouse! Having worked with her for several years on various projects, including our very own PR launch for our creative agency, Davy & Chapman and more recently with Harbour Cancer Centre. Amy is incredibly focused and targeted with her approach, not afraid to challenge the status quo, while remaining compassionate and considered even in the most sensitive of circumstances. Whilst always delivering great insight and strategic direction, Amy delivers great results with an extensive and broad industry knowledge; capturing the essential, marketable points to communicate. Always a pleasure!"
Amy is able to distill complex information into clear, concise communications that make sense to all audiences. Her passion for social purpose projects, and ability to deliver a wide range of content, has shone through during her time in an in-house role in my team. Amy has led the charge on communications for projects like the Auckland Prosperity Index, as well as on communications for GridAKL (the innovation precinct at Wynyard Quarter) and Auckland’s wider innovation ecosystem (including Te Haa o Manukau), generating widespread media coverage by identifying human interest angles that really tell the ‘story within the story’.