By Tess Scholfield-Peters Rum has been a part of our culture since the conception of modern Australia. From the first settlers using it as currency, to it being outlawed and then traded on the black market, rum has a century-old history that is very much alive today. Australians have grown up with rum, yet many […]
On transforming Surry Hills Shopping Village By Tess Scholfield-Peters Adam is the director of SJB Architects on Crown Street, and has lived and worked in the area for eighteen years. His passion for unifying urban and natural environments is evident in his award winning and globally acclaimed Cleveland Street apartment. We spoke to Adam about […]
Photo credit | Walter Maurice If you’ve been to a pub in inner Sydney, chances are Dean’s worked there at some point. He’s worked his way up from bartender, to manager, to licensee of venues like The Erko, The Courthouse, Darlo and Kings Cross Hotel. Now Dean runs The Clock, and spoke to me about […]
Hearing couple’s love stories gives Surry Hills marriage celebrant Melissa Soncini “goosebumps.” She explains more to Lachlan Colquhoun After being a marriage celebrant for just on ten years, Melissa recently conducted her first same sex marriage. “When I had to say that marriage is between two people I couldn’t continue speaking because there was such […]
by Lachlan Colquhoun The actor and cabaret artist Paul Capsis is Maltese and Greek, but he’s also as Surry Hills as you can get. Paul Capsis has been in Malta, performing his play Angela’s Kitchen at the Malta Arts Festival. He was even interviewed on Maltese television on a chat show, speaking fluently in Maltese. […]
Two Surry Hills Creative Precinct members and Surry Hills locals have formed an ideal business partnership, thanks to our Business Networking Salon. Digital marketing specialist and Pulse Agency founder Nico Pustilnick, and boutique design firm walterwakefield, met at an SHCP networking event earlier this year.
They soon realised that their business skill-sets were complimentary, and that there was much potential in collaboration. Nico has been working as walterwakefield’s digital marketing, SEO, SEM and social media strategist ever since. With over thirteen years of digital and content marketing experience, including strategy, social media, SEO, SEM and PPC services, Nico differentiates himself with a results-driven ethos.
“We are an integrated digital agency with combined skill sets, producing more efficient, measurable results for our clients,” says Nico of walterwakefield. For the past year the design firm has engaged Nico in all of their web projects, ensuring that digital strategy is key to the foundation of every build. The addition of an in-house strategist means that every skill-set is under one roof.
“What we have now is an integrated approach. Nico is with us through the whole design process, so we can engineer each project. Best practice digital marketing informs all of our UX and UI development decisions,” says Adrian Kotik, walterwakefield UX and Digital Media Director. This partnership guarantees accountability, greater efficiency, quicker response rates and ultimately better results. Each element of the design build is monitored from the beginning, meaning smart design is always underpinned by smart digital strategy.
We congratulate walterwakefield and Nico on this new partnership, and are very excited to see more businesses and creatives connect at our Salon events in future.
Dan Dixon from Mister Chop Shop on stylin’ the Surry Hills man. Whether he’s an urban lumberjack or a suave social prowler, the modern man nowadays is a maintenance man. No, not a high maintenance relationship man but a groomed, precise and exact man. He thinks out his wardrobe and keeps his shoes pristine whilst […]
Corner of Crown and Devonshire Streets http://www.trinitybar.com.au/ From the tiny town of Tumut to the teeming, terrific Trinity (via London and Dubai). Kevin Keogh has seen a lot of the world, most of it from behind a bar or inside a restaurant. After eight years overseas, Kevin returned to Australia in December last year, and […]
Head to Surry Hills “I love Surry Hills” mentions Yuki Ishikawa, former muso and now owner-manager of Jazushi. Yuki’s musical path was set from an early age, being born into a musical family, complete with a dad that played the banjo and guitar. His first steps into the world of music began at six years […]
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