A person with a disability often has the capability and loyalty required but is overlooked. A number of Canberra Business Chamber members across different sectors already benefit from employing people with a disability in a wide variety of roles.
Above is the case study which looks closely at businesses helping the disadvantaged and disabled (young or old) to seek full time or ongoing employment, a government initiative.
Coat of Arms designed by Vlad Mosmondor, installed with Monica Shanahan for the new
Archbishop Christopher Prowse.
Installation at Saint Christopher’s Cathedral, Manuka Canberra on the 19 November 2014, above is the case study for this project, which was a challenge, and in the end the final product looks fantastic, it brings the branding if Saint Christopher back in connection with the church and it's parishioners.
International Business Connect provides an opportunity to hear the host’s story and insights, meet and share with new and experienced exporters and build our region’s alumni of successful international businesses prepared to help each other.
Above is the case study, which showcases the business connect events, branding and the overall communications effort and production, that goes into this networking of minds, which brings a closer connection to the business and trade partners locally and globally.
The EOTB policy publication was officially launched by the Hon. Bill Shorten MP on
April 2012 at Parliament House, Canberra.
The document developed by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry was produced by Monica Shanahan, designer ACCI.
You can view the case study above, to see the images, the publications and the launch of this very important government initiative.
Canberra Business Chamber in partnership with UNSW Canberra present the ACT Chief Minister’s State of the Territory Business Address. Presentation, marketing, social media and events by Monica Shanahan, Canberra Business Chamber.
Venue: The grandal hall, NGA, Canberra.
Here you will see in the case study above, the comms and design aspect of putting an event of this calubar together, from the menus, to the power point slides, and the social media and coverage. Monica Shanahan worked on all of those aspects, from comms, marketing, events and graphic design.
’Diplomatic Business Connections Dinner’ is an important initiative brining together and celebrating the strong working relationship between Canberra’s business and diplomatic communities the venue is at the Hyatt Hotel, Canberra.
Here you will see in the case study above, the working around the comms side of an event, from name tags to invitations, social media to PowerPoint slides and graphic design.
The ACT Chief Minister’s Export Awards engages directly with the ACT and Region exporting community and provides it with a great opportunity to share success stories and enhance their international business strategies.
Above is the case study, images and in-depth look at the ecport awards, from the view of the communication side in terms of design, publications, social media and advertising.
Monica Shanahan designed the corporate identity, branding, website administrator, social media, events for the chambers Annual dinners and events. She especially worked on the presentation box that was presented to the Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
Here is the description written on the converse shoes as directed by the CEO of the ACCI Perer Anderson: The government, we must walk the reform road everyday. Prime Minister Julia Gillard, 12 October 2010. ACCI’s Annual Dinner, Hotel Realm, Canberra.
The ACT Budget Breakfast is an important event on Canberra’s yearly calendar. It provides insights and details of the budget first hand as the ACT Chief Minister and Treasurer, Mr Andrew Barr MLA delivers the presentation. Venue: National Press Club, Canberra. Above is the case study of the budget breakfast, with inages, publications, and a story of the chambers rebranding look.
Monica Shanahan designed the corporate identity, branding, photography, website, social media, & communication design for the ACT Budget Breakfast.