Cutting-edge research, impactful change programs
Translating research into action is fundamental to delivering change for the better.
We conduct qualitative and quantitative research in-house to ensure quality and cutting-edge findings that provide unique insights. We use those insights to create, plan, implement, deliver and evaluate programs designed to change behaviour for the better.
Behaviour change programs
We design and implement full-scale behaviour change programs to enable you to achieve positive social change.
Gamification of alcohol education
Blurred Minds is a one-day alcohol and drug education program for Australian secondary schools. Informed by theory, the program changes the way students think about alcohol and drugs.
Alter food environment. Change food consumption
‘Go Food’ altered the military dining environment to make healthy food prominent and convenient. ‘Go Food’ was effective because the communications were focused on things that mattered to the people dining there.
Waste Not Want Not
Tackling the food waste problem
Food waste can be reduced at many different levels—government, industry and consumer levels—and in many different ways. One way is social marketing where the benefits of reducing waste can be sold to households.
We independently assess your behaviour change programs to enable you to improve your future program design.
My Health for Life
Changing the lives of 10,000 Queenslanders
We have teamed up with Queensland-based non-Government health agencies to evaluate a $27 million project to wage a "war on chronic disease". This project aims to complete 10,000 Queenslanders in a lifestyle behaviour change program.
Consumer insight research
Through partner-focussed research we challenge conventional thinking and develop unique formative insights for your organisation.
Reducing koala and dog interactions
Piloted in 2017 “Leave It” reduced koala and domestic dog interactions in Redland City Council, Australia. We co-created the program with dog owners engaging and delivered changes in the targeted behaviour (wildlife aversion).
Viisi Per Päivä
Social Marketing applied in Finland
The Viisi Per Päivä aimed to get Finnish children to eat more fruit and vegetables (F&V) every day. We developed a 3-month-program to get children excited about tasting, eating and cooking different fruit and vegetables.
We offer a range of opportunities for you to learn more about social marketing. Whether you are a professional, an agency, or simply an eager student that wants to learn more, we have you covered.