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Our Clients

Written by Mike Minehan on .

The Ideas Channel is the communication consultant of choice by Australian and Asian governments, and clients who include some of the world’s most successful organizations. These organizations include:

The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, the world’s second largest bank by assets

The Sharp Corporation, a world leader in the maker of LCD screens

General Electric, described by Fortune magazine as the world’s most profitable company

The Westfield Group, the world’s largest owner of retail centres 

The Macquarie Group, the single largest non-governmental owner of infrastructure in the world.

A selected list of clients includes

International

  • Cambodian Mine Action Centre
  • FTMS Global Academy
  • Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)
  • Government of Papua New Guinea
  • IndiaToday Group (http://www.indiatodaygroup.com/)
  • Norwegian People's Aid
  • People’s Republic of China
  • Republic of South Africa
  • Socialist Republic of Vietnam
  • Vietnam Veterans Mine Clearing Team - Cambodia Inc.

Finance

  • Bank of Queensland
  • Colonial State Bank
  • First Pacific Bank
  • Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
  • Macquarie Bank
  • St George Bank

Industrial – Manufacturing

  • Asea Brown Boveri
  • Elgas
  • Eveready Aust
  • General Electric
  • Hyundai
  • Kimberly Clark
  • Lendlease
  • Levi Jeans
  • Subaru Aust.
  • Theiss Construction
  • Tomago Aluminium
  • Westfield Group

Insurance

  • AMP Society
  • Cigna Insurance
  • FAI Insurance
  • Legal & General Insurance
  • Lloyds of London Australian Register

Media & Entertainment

  • Aristocrat Leisure
  • AWA
  • Colummbia TriStar Video
  • Hoyts
  • Nokia Telecommunications
  • Sharp Corporation

Natural Resources

  • Ampol
  • Colly Cotton
  • CSR Sugar
  • Elders Pastoral
  • Energy Australia
  • ICI
  • Orogen Minerals
  • Pacific Solar
  • Premier Oil
  • Southern Pacific Petroleum

Pharmaceutical

  • Roche Pharmaceuticals
  • Sandoz

Professional Organisations & Corporations

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian College of Pharmacologists
Australian Graduate School of Management
Australian Horticultural Corporation
Australian Industry Development Corporation
Law Society of NSW
Life Insurance Industry Actuarial Standards Board
Macquarie University Graduate School of Management
NSW College of Physiotherapists
NSW Farmers Association
Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners
Royal Australasian College of Radiologists
University of NSW Institute of Administration.

Public Utilities

  • AGL
  • Canberra Electricity & Water
  • Australian Federal Airports Corporation

RETAIL

  • David Jones
  • Woolworths

PUBLIC SECTOR

Australian Government
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Australian Museum
Australian Taxation Office
Department of Defence (Chiefs of Staff and Senior Officers)
Department of Foreign Affairs (in association with the Australian Film, TV & Radio School)
Federal Public Servants - Second Secretaries (in association with University of NSW Graduate School of Management)
NSW Dept of Education
NSW Dept of Health
NSW Dept of Industrial Relations
NSW Institute of Sport
NSW Police
Social Security
NSW State Authority Super Board
NSW Dept of State Development
(as Exec. Prod. of satellite education broadcasts)
Royal Australian Navy Staff College

Professional Organisations

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
(training in TV Journalism for News &
Current Affairs journalists)
Australasian College of General Practitioners
Australian College of Pharmacologists