RiskLogic Commercial Marketing
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RiskLogic Commercial Marketing

Full end-to-end marketing & commercial support
RiskLogic Commercial Marketing

In July 2016, Ollie joined the RiskLogic team leading up the marketing solutions across Australia. Five years later, they remain our longest standing and most passionate clients. While Ollie supports the companywide Commercial Marketing Solutions, Fixinc continues to provide bottom line marketing support helping this market leading business obtain and master more markets.

RiskLogic Commercial Marketing
RiskLogic Commercial Marketing

In 2017, Ollie began the marketing strategy for an introduction to the New Zealand market. While a key player in Australia, a local presence in Aotearoa was almost non existent. In as little as three years, RiskLogic is now the leading supplier of resiliency services in New Zealand, supporting the likes of The Warehouse Group, NTT, Singtel, Fletchers Building, Fonterra and Kiwibank.

Fixinc has run many campaigns for RiskLogic, their sister company FirstAction as well as the technology solutions they provide. But perhaps the most meaningful (and difficult) was the careful consideration of content and support through the Christchurch March 15th terrorist attack. As a crisis management consultancy, it was important for RiskLogic to support locally, while not coming across as 'ambulance chases'. As such, we conducted a webinar hosted in support of educational facilities across New Zealand - resulting in over 500 schools attending.

RiskLogic Commercial Marketing

The future looks promising for RiskLogic and the First 5 Group enterprise that runs many other services. With clients already based in Australasia, Singapore, India, Europe and America. Today, our commitment to RiskLogic is almost full time. Ollie assists heavily in the sales and marketing funnel, understanding and developing campaigns that assist in good ROI, while also assisting the wider team in technology solutions and implementation.

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