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Lucas’ PaPaw is a topical treatment for minor open wounds that helps to soothe and heal the skin. Its created from fresh papaya and made in Queensland Australia. Lucas’ Papaw needed a partner that could deliver a strong marketing and branding campaign, so we helped deliver a strategy to meet those needs. The efforts undertaken helped to leverage Lucas’ Papaw as the well-known brand it is today.

Marketing Eye delivered outsourced marketing services and created new taglines and strategies such as ‘it’s more than just a lip balm’ to help promote and boost their product.

We also developed the website and created relevant content such as print advertising materials and informative brochures. The marketing efforts invoked by Marketing Eye, helped Lucas’ Papaw to level up their marketing campaigns by developing a new tone of voice, which was emulated in the implemented marketing campaigns. These campaigns also created copious amounts of brand awareness through the unique and creative content we developed.


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Asimpa is a leading provider of project support services and erosion control products for the commercial, pipeline, oil, gas, power and energy industries in North America.

Marketing Eye was engaged a Asimpa's outsourced marketing department. Our expert marketing consultants brought to life the Asimpa experience through building their new online portal. This new portal acts as the gateway for clients to gain a better understanding into the services Asimpa provides, as well as allowing them to engage and make any inquiries into their services. As part of the marketing strategy, new collateral was delivered by producing business cards and information brochures, helping to educate and direct clients to Asimpa’s services.


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Published in Portfolio
Wednesday, 03 July 2019 16:50

Why you really need a marketing strategy

Most companies don't have a business plan, so it's hard to expect that they would have a marketing strategy. But most companies just get by. Do you want to be "most companies" or do you want to be a shining star?
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 03 July 2019 13:29

Why it's good to restructure your business

No-one thinks about restructuring when they start a business. They also often don't think about it when it's been going for 2 years or 10 years. But that is a big mistake. Here's why...
Published in Entrepreneurship
When building a business or taking the one you have to the next level, it is important to consider how you want to grow your nest egg. What happens when one marketing campaign turns into a rush for your product and service and is this the way you want to grow? Or do you want to maintain a regular increase in sales month-on-month at a sustainable level so you can keep customer experience at an optimum level and ensure that your team of people are growing with you?
Published in Marketing
It's that time of year when entrepreneurs, business leaders and marketing professionals re-evaluate their businesses on multiple levels. The market has changed and with this fluid transformation companies are needing to draw on data, research and experience to navigate the future.
Published in Marketing

Tellus Holdings is an infrastructure development company in the business of creating economic, social and environmental value from waste resources, salt and clay. Integral to Tellus is their mission to contribute to be a safer and cleaner Australian company. 

Marketing Eye is working as Tellus' outsourced marketing department to transform their website and overall branding.

As part of the website redevelopment, the key messaging was determined and communicated to the public across all channels to align all their rebranding efforts. Additional marketing assets were created as key tools of communication for events such as information brochures and annual reports. These documents highlighted the efforts of Tellus for their clients to see.

As a further extension of the marketing efforts, Marketing Eye developed branding for their cargo, which worked as a great visual promotional tool.

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Published in Portfolio
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 14:38

Lovesilk - Consumer Products

Lovesilk begun in Sydney, when the owner was unable to find an affordable, high quality silk pillow. After realising the gap in the market, she created her own. Due to the success of the brand, there has been an extension of its products from its original pillowcase to fitted cot and bassinet sheets to eye masks and hair scrunchies.

With the conception of the brand, Marketing Eye was engaged by Lovesilk as their outsourced marketing department to develop their packaging and branding for retail and web consumers. The packaging needed to be attractive, engaging and simple yet also effective and small enough to save on postage costs. The creative team developed packaging that is elegant, soft and beautiful, matching the brands identity.


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Published in Portfolio
Wednesday, 05 June 2019 16:26

How long should a marketing strategy take?

From the moment your fingers touch your keyboard, to the endless, tiring hours that your pour your heart and soul into strategising and pondering what your next marketing move is going to be, writing a marketing strategy is an arduous task, but a necessary one.
Published in Marketing
Marketing strategies mean so many things to so many different people, that there is no standard code - or is there? While I have been using the same marketing strategy format for the past 20 years, I am always alarmed when I see a sales person write up a marketing 'to do list' and proclaim that this is in fact their marketing strategy. Likewise, when an entrepreneur hires a college graduate who writes up a marketing strategy based on the format that they learnt at college, which is out-dated, lacking in relevance and most likely not something that the student has had the ability to actually learn in-depth.
Published in Marketing
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