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Our clients
Current and past clients include:

Auto I.T.
In 2008, SPR assisted Auto I.T. by undertaking a review of its corporate and product branding strategy, with a view to developing a more cohesive suite of well-positioned and designed brands to enable the company to better promote its product and service offering.  Our work resulted in the design of a new suite of corporate and brand logos and unique positioning statements, followed by the writing and production of new collateral, including brochures and advertisements.  We are continuing to work with Auto I.T. on its profile-building activities, including media relations.
Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria
SPR is working with the Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria to assist the Foundation to raise awareness not only of its vital work in assisting and supporting people living with epilepsy and their families, but to educate and inform the community about what it means to have epilepsy.  Our work is focused on imparting knowlege and changing perceptions about what epilepsy is, and is not, with a view to reducing social stigma and fostering a more accepting and inclusive society for those affected by epilepsy.
Inclusion Melbourne
Adding to our stable of not-for-profit clients, SPR worked with Inclusion Melbourne (formerly Gawith Villa) to communicate to parents/carers and other stakeholders significant changes to the organisation's service delivery model.   We also assisted Gawith Villa to undertake the rebranding of the organisation, to more properly align its name and positioning to reflect core values.
Innova Group
SPR is working with Innova Group, a manufacturer and supplier of high quality, light-weight furniture for the multi-purpose function room market, to address branding issues and engage in a targeted media relations campaign to the hospitality, architecture, design and local government markets. 
LifeTec Queensland
Stephens Public Relations has undertaken a total communications campaign for LifeTec Queensland (formerly Independent Living Centre Queensland), a not-for-profit organisation which changed its name and moved location.  Work has included a communications audit and strategic planning, a media relations and publicity campaign to announce the rebranding and relocation, an official launch event, development of new collateral including brochures and website, and production of its annual report, signage and display material.  SPR also undertook a regional Queensland publicity campaign to promote the organisation's outreach program.
National Electrical and Communications Association
We work with NECA, the peak industry body for the electrical and communications contracting industry, on its total communications needs including media relations, publicity, brand maintenance and collateral development.  Special projects have included promotion of NECA's annual National Excellence Awards and Apprentice Awards, conducting a communications audit and formation of the Marketing & Promotions Group, redevelopment and maintenance of the NECA website, development of the career-based Electrotecfutures website and national marketing of the EcoSmart Electricians training and accreditation program.
This well-known manufacturer used Stephens Public Relations to promote its flagship brand of gardening products, GARDENA. Our involvement has also included promotion of the Nylex Water Solutions water-saving products, the Biogreen range of environmentally-friendly soil enhancers, and products in the Senco tool range.
University of Ballarat
Stephens Public Relations promotes the University of Ballarat TAFE Division's Fast>>Track Advanced Diploma of Business Management course. Our work involves development of detailed case studies on high profile business people who have undertaken the course, for the purpose of generating testimonial-based publicity in trade and business media, as well as promotion of upcoming courses.
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