2019 Corporate Affairs and Communication Leaders' Summit
Leading the voice of an organisation in the digital, complex & politicised world
Jessica Moloney is a seasoned PR, Marketing and Communications expert, TVNZ’s “Social Guru” and Founder of Moloney Moloney, a Word-of-Mouth business partner and agency. Jessica firmly believes that Social Media is the catalyst of a global behavioural revolution, leaving businesses with no choice but to lead with customer experience and transparency. Described as “the business world’s best kept secret” and “having the rare skillset of deep technical knowledge in combination with an overarching understanding of how to grow brands through effective communications”, Jessica builds mutually beneficial partnerships and applies a strong culture of measurement to her work to ensure you achieve strong results. With a career at Telecom (now Spark) spanning 11 years of the company’s change, and a stint as a Social Director in the agency world, Jessica left to start Moloney Moloney in 2016 to help businesses create and commercialise on Word-of-Mouth. With specialities ranging from experience, big data, to employee brand, PR and marketing campaigns Moloney Moloney service a range of clients around the globe on environmental issues, change marketing, Brand, Comms, and across crowd sourcing, travel, SaaS, agriculture, tourism, entertainment, telco, and software industries. What they do isn’t limited to Social Media, however using this platform to influence strategy and execution truly helps influence feeling within key audiences that is tied back to a purpose-aligned business – and most importantly, commercial outcomes!
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Michelle’s 40 year career spans public relations, advertising, politics, government and private sector consultancy. A former President of the NZ National Party, she has extensive networks in New Zealand’s business and political communities and is frequently called upon to give advice to both New Zealand-based and international companies and organisations wishing to influence decision making processes within central and local government. She is currently an Executive Adviser to the Middle East Business Council and her communications advisory roles cover the following sectors: civil construction, litigation specialists, IT industry, health sector, executive travel, property development, aviation, international trade, investment, transport, technology, building and construction industries. Michelle has had extensive involvement in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector, especially focussed on assisting Maori and Pacific youth.