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April 2020

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Friday, 24 April 2020 14:58

DentiCare - Medical Supplies

DentiCare provides payment plans for dental and orthodontic practices all around Australia. DentiCare found that 61% of patients use Denticare as a payment option because 79% of Australians can’t afford dental work. The marketing collateral created by Marketing Eye included ’12 days of Christmas’ campaign and assets such as brochures, flyers, EDMs, business cards, and a drink bottle promotion. All social media channels were engaged with relevant and consistent content.

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Friday, 24 April 2020 14:52

Marlin Medical - Medical Supplies

Marlin Medical are a medical and surgical device field supplier pursuing the most innovative manufactures and suppliers both internationally and domestically in Australia. By engaging with the outsourced marketing department of Marketing Eye, a rebranding strategy and positioning were implemented through, marketing assets such as brochures, flyers and EDMs. The website was redesigned to reposition their image as a innovative medical and surgical supplier.


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Healthcare Imaging Services had acquired many new domestics locations and needed a partner that could alert new clients to their affordable, experienced radiologist specialists. Through developing a new content strategy, Marketing Eye created informative billboards and marketing assets such as brochures which invoked a deep brand awareness, by informing clients of the services provided.
The process that lead to the new content strategy begun with determining the market position, brand mission, and vision and ensuring they all aligned. The marketing assets were then developed attempting to activate branding communication, resulting in the end goal of informing clients of their services. This was executed through the print and advertising assets rolled out, which invited clients to information events and highlighted their savings with bulk billing options, asserting their affordable image.

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Friday, 24 April 2020 14:26

Agestrong Physio - Medical Services

Committed to care and compassion, Agestrong Physio needed a partner that could implement a new tone of voice and marketing strategy that matched their brand ideology. The outsourced marketing department at Marketing Eye used their creative expertise to, design a new brand logo and transform their website. The tailor-made marketing efforts of Marketing Eye matched their services of delivering tailor-made physiotherapy to aged care and residential care patients.
To achieve these strategies, we needed to determine and align their core values with the digital strategy. We developed brand guidelines that included the creation of their logo to represent the brand's voice and personality. By understanding the consumer and brand profile a user-friendly website was developed with SEO and content strategies.

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Iris Medical is a professional medical facility that does yearly health tests on people who are invested in ensuring that their health remains at an optimum. Marketing Eye was employed to help brand Iris Medical and provide valuable marketing assets such as brochures, business cards, websites and letterheads. In addition, Marketing Eye was responsible for lead generation campaigns and direct marketing activities.

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Active Medical Supplies is the most successful medical supplies company in Queensland to the aged care and acute care sectors. Having built their reputation over decades of providing quality products manufactured in Australia and overseas, Active Medical Supplies has catapulted its business through innovation and customer care. Marketing Eye was originally employed to provide a comprehensive marketing audit. After this was successful completed, Marketing Eye was engaged to be the outsourced marketing department for the company developing a marketing strategy and implementing it over a period of time. Marketing Eye's engagement includes development of multiple websites, email marketing, branding, brand names, advertising, vehicle signage wraps, product branding, development of apps, rebranding Active Medical Supplies, promotional products, lead generation campaigns and more. In addition to this, Marketing Eye has been employed to name other companies for the group, develop multiple websites and the development of a magazine.

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City of Melbourne and City of Sydney have announced a funding of up to $10,000 for businesses trying to get back in the game.

As a part of the government’s effort, the City Council of Melbourne and Sydney has recently announced an economic support package for businesses of up to $5million in grants for SMEs and NGOs.

 Access Rehabilitation Equipment is a well established Australian business based in Victoria, supplying quality rehabilitation equipment for aged care and disabled persons, for over 20 years. Marketing Eye, helped by developing brand awareness with the design of a new logo and print materials, such as business cards, catalogues, and magazine advertising.
The brand awareness strategy was developed because it was quite aware that even though Access Rehabilitation Equipment is a long-standing organisation, they were lacking the awareness. We engaged in SEO and content strategies to enhance their website traffic and visibility. As part of further development of awareness, the creation of print content with the new branding designed informed clients of their services and acted as a guide to products and prices.

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When times are tough, the building industry closes down, and that's it's biggest mistake.

For many years the building and construction industry has experienced 'good times' and have been able to pick and choose their jobs. With low interest rates and a high demand for property and investment options, development has been 'hot' for a long.
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