Make an impact. Creative sales and marketing solutions.
Having worked within the private sector and alongside various levels of government, Cameron Howe can build a marketing strategy to deliver your vision. His strong reputation for building online communities on social media platforms is supported by savvy content marketing tailored to the desired result.
For example, Cameron has curated and executed campaigns from the $375 million Mordialloc Freeway right through to small-scale local projects, such as the $400,000 public mooring facilities at the Patterson Lakes Town Centre. These campaigns were led by key marketing strategies across different mediums and underpinned by strong stakeholder engagement initiatives.
As a published writer, Cameron employs creative journalistic techniques to ensure your target audience’s attention is instantly caught and retained. He has written for independent publications, producing features and interviews from different cultural and political perspectives in addition to working alongside the Herald Sun, The Age and Nine News in the context of community issues.
Cameron has broad experience in storyboarding, scripting, filming and editing video content. This has included producing videos for a diverse range of clients, from community organisations to political candidates and local government.
From marketing to sales, Cameron is a natural self-starter, always on the hunt for the next sales opportunity, with proven results in developing sales within the Victorian territory and eCommerce space. This has not just included identifying and prospecting profitable new business, but has also encompassed winning business back from competitors.
- Sales and business development
- Stakeholder engagement and PR
- Media planning
- Social media marketing and digital community management
- B2B/B2C marketing and content strategy
- Filming – production and editing
- Bachelor of Business; majors in Management and Marketing (RMIT University)
- Working with Children Check
Who Cameron has worked with:
The Reject Shop
John Lyngs Group
Frankston City Council
Mornington Peninsula Magazine
ABN 95 531 131 858