Little Wren Communications is a boutique marketing, public relations and training consultancy based in Eppalock, Victoria.
Specialising in strategic communications planning and training for small business and not-for-profit organisations, we combine community development principles with modern marketing and communications concepts to deliver meaningful, differentiated, and authentic strategies for groups big and small, start-ups or stalwarts.
We don't just push the latest trends; we craft the message your clients and communities want to hear and one that you can deliver on.
We understand that budgets can be limited, and we can help you instigate low-cost, high-impact strategies to reach your audience without breaking the bank.
Finally, we believe that if you give a man a fish you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. That's why we provide training and follow-up support to make sure your staff and volunteers feel confident using new tools and sharing your story.
Take a look at our latest products and services. If you can't find what you need, get in touch. We can point you in the right direction.
Steph has been active in the marketing, public relations and corporate social responsibility space for more than a decade; working with a wide variety of businesses big and small, and not-for-profit groups to create campaigns that foster meaningful connections.
She specialises in helping not-for-profit organisations and community groups reach their potential through improved strategic planning, client and community engagement and training.
Steph has a passion for community, volunteering for a number of local not-for-profit groups, including Strathfieldsaye & District Community Enterprise and Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival.
Steph holds a Bachelor of Communications (Public Relations) from RMIT University with a major in cinema studies and is also is a graduate of the Loddon Murray Community Leadership Program 2012.
Outside of work, Steph is a busy mum of two boys, who do their best to keep her on her toes.