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We help you build relationships with your people, new people, and people who can make things happen.
Campbell Squared, Public Relations, Communications, Strategy, Media, Design, Maori, Iwi, Government Relations, Production, Central Government, Local Government, Media Relations, Media Training, Issues and Crisis, Social Media, Publication Design, Video Work, Branding, Settlement, Ratification Process, Keynote Speaking,
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COLLABORATING.

COMMUNICATING.

CONNECTING.

What we do

We connect people and build reputation to help organisations achieve their goals.

Campbell Squared works by collaborating with you, so you can communicate effectively and make influential long-term connections.

We are a Tauranga-based strategic communications consultancy, working locally and throughout Aotearoa.

Kotahitanga

(Collaborating)

First we listen to you. Then we ask you ‘why?’ Understanding your reason for doing something is crucial, so we can figure out what you really want to achieve. From there we create a strategy (the ‘how’) that is focused on getting those actual results. We look at alternatives (‘who, when, where’) and work with you to come up with the best plan possible.

Whakawhitiwhiti Kōrero

(Communicating)

Finding out why something matters to you, means we can determine why it matters to other people. Your clients or members will have different needs to those of the media or Government Ministers. Together we plan your communication to reflect this – ensuring that what you say to people is the ‘stuff that matters’ specifically to them.

Whanaungatanga

(Connecting)

Connection is the key. Building and maintaining relationships is about engaging with people in a way that fosters trust and respect. We help you to tell your story effectively and we connect you with people who will help your business or organisation to grow and succeed.

Manaaki is at the heart of what we do here at Campbell Squared. Our tīma took over a wee treat for the Bay of Plenty District Health Board COVID-19 Vaccine and Response Tīma earlier this week. 🧁 A huge mihi to everyone involved in the COVID-19 response for all the mahi you do to protect our community – you guys are amazing! ... See MoreSee Less
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Last but not least in our ‘Meet the C2 Whānau’ series is Steph Petersen. Steph is the newest member to the C2 Whānau, joining us as a Design Consultant with nearly ten years’ experience. Originally from Te Awamutu, Steph ditched her gumboots and weekends spent in the milking shed to pursue a Bachelor of Media Arts after highschool. Her first graphic design role was for a rescue helicopter charity. She loved the feel-good factor of working for a valued community service, while learning more about nonprofit organisations, fundraising and marketing. Three months of backpacking through South America reinforced Steph’s passion for the outdoors. Upon returning to Aotearoa, Steph wanted to embrace the beauty of our own backyard. She shifted to Queenstown to begin a marketing role in local government, where many weekends were spent hiking around Central Otago and learning to snowboard. After a couple of years down south, Steph made the move to Tauranga, hoping to spend more time with her whānau and friends in the Waikato. What started as a 12-month design role turned into five years of mahi with a local council. During that time, Steph met her husband Steve and they have settled into the coastal lifestyle of the Bay. Steph spends much of her spare time at the beach, and she’s looking forward to experiencing the Whanganui River by canoe this summer. ... See MoreSee Less
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Scott & Jess recently made the trip south to Ōtautahi and were proud to deliver an iwi engagement course through PRINZ. Thank you to those who attended and connected, we trust that your journey with Te Ao Māori will continue to prosper. A huge mihi to Te Puna Wanaka Marae for your special whakatau and exceptional manaakitanga - we can't wait to return again soon.A big thank you to everyone who attended our Iwi Engagement course in Christchurch last week, and to @campbellsquaredcomms for presenting it! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Wednesday, and welcome back to our ‘Meet the C2 Whānau’ series. Today we would love to introduce you to Georgia Grayling who recently joined the C2 whānau earlier this year as a Junior Communications Consultant.Originally from Cambridge, Georgia moved to Mount Maunganui this year after returning home from London, where she resided for nearly 2 years. Although she misses the opportunities and excitement that Europe and the hustle and bustle of London provided, the beautiful beaches of the Bay of Plenty are a welcome substitute.Georgia has a bachelor’s degree in Communications and has recently begun studying her Master’s in Public Policy part-time at the University of Auckland. She has varied experience across different sectors working in administration, marketing and communications within construction, tourism and central government fields. She is happy to have landed at C2 as communications is her trade of choice. Outside of work, Georgia has a passion for travel and is looking forward to the world re-opening so she can continue to explore other countries. While that’s not an option at present, she also enjoys exploring the local Bay of Plenty, spending time at the beach and experiencing the many beautiful walks this region has to offer. She always takes up the opportunity to catch up with friends and family when she’s not busy studying and has a passion for good food and live music. ... See MoreSee Less
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