Our portfolio ranges from nationally recognised brands and upmarket boutiques to not for profit organisations, government agencies and everything in between. Here are some iconic brands we have forged relationships with:
Brilliant Logic was proud to work with St Vincent de Paul Society NSW on two major projects in 2016 – the Hotels Have Hearts Gala Dinner and the Vinnies CEO Sleepout in Sydney, delivering event management and communication/fundraising support respectively. Both events are pivotal to the fundraising efforts of St Vincent de Paul Society NSW, which delivers a range of welfare and support services to community members. We are looking forward to working with Vinnies on the 2018 Hotels Have Hearts event.
Established in 1976, NAISDA Dance College is Australia’s premier Indigenous training College with a proud tradition of producing the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers. Brilliant Logic is currently working with NAISDA in the strategic planning and roll out of the College’s 40th Anniversary marketing – a momentous event for this iconic institute.
In 2012 and 2013, Brilliant Logic was engaged by The Salvation Army to work on the national campaign that would drive donations for its annual Christmas Appeal. In addition, we were engaged to lead the Salvation Army’s 2013 Red Shield Appeal campaign for the Australian Eastern Territory and have done so since then.
Brilliant Logic was proud to work with Audi Australia on the launch of its new dealership Audi Alto Central Coast. We delivered a marketing strategy which included public relations, event management and community partnership building which helped ensure the successful launch of Audi in the local area.
Brilliant Logic is proud to have worked with Ronald McDonald House Westmead across the areas of social media, communication, marketing and graphic design. The House provides a home away from home for families with seriously ill children receiving treatment at The Children's Hospital at Westmead. Brilliant Logic worked to help share the remarkable stories of families residing in the house.
After protests caused an initial delay, we were retained to work alongside the Department of Premier and Cabinet on the scuttling of the Ex HMAS Adelaide on April 13 2011. Our role was to facilitate and re-engage local, state and national media for the scuttle. What resulted was highly positive national exposure for the event across all target audiences and media outlets.