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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 New Zealand.

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.

Next up in our 'Meet the C2 Whānau’ series, we bring to you Kaylee Langton, Campbell Squared’s 'go to' for everything and anything. Kaylee currently works as C2’s Office Administrator after receiving a promotion from Receptionist last year.

Kaylee began at C2 at the ripe age of 19 and has recently celebrated her 22nd birthday. Throughout her time at C2, Kaylee has gained a wealth of experience, assisting in all areas of the business and has earnt herself many different job titles including but not limited to, party co-ordinator, graphic design intern, biographer, and most importantly the resident cat lady. Kaylee’s energy and sense of humour is unmatched, and she is often the one providing the tīma with plenty of good belly laughs!

Outside of work, you will find Kaylee spending time with her cat, Brian.
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Hands up who took part in the our Māori Language Moment? ✋🏽 Because we sure did! The team came together to enjoy some kai and to participate in a te reo Māori Kahoot quiz, thanks to the great resources on www.reomaori.co.nz. If you haven’t checked them out yet, then there’s still time. Kia kaha te reo Māori #reomāori ... See MoreSee Less

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The tīma at Campbell Squared are excited to embrace Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2021! We’ll be using the amazing resources at www.reomaori.co.nz Check out our post later in the week, for our Māori Language Moment! Te Reo is part of who we are at C2, but this week we will challenge ourselves to learn something new. Kia kaha te reo Māori #reomāori ... See MoreSee Less

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