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Havas Australia Helps Turn Side Hustles into the Main Event with Havas Hustle

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The Havas Village Australia has unveiled Havas Hustle - a new initiative which offers free advice and support from across the broad spectrum of Havas’ capabilities to anyone in the Australian industry impacted by Covid-19
Havas Australia Helps Turn Side Hustles into the Main Event with Havas Hustle

It is estimated that two thirds of Australians have a side hustle, but for many people over the last few months, those side hustles have fast become their only hustle. And as anyone who has started a successful new business knows, it requires a lot of advice, support and specialist skill, to get a business idea off the ground. In fact, it takes a village.
 

In response, the Havas Village Australia has today unveiled Havas Hustle - a new initiative which offers free advice and support from across the broad spectrum of Havas’ capabilities to anyone in the Australian industry who has been impacted by Covid-19. The initiative will help those looking to take their side hustle to the next level.

More than 35 of the most senior leaders from across the Village have committed to take part, offering advice across strategy; creative; media; design; PR; social; influencer; general management; experiential; innovation; UX; tech consulting; experience design; production; digital; SEO; retail; sponsorship; brand partnerships; data and analytics; commercial/contractual matters; finance; HR; and even IT support.

Anthony Freedman, chairman of Havas in Australia said: “Fittingly, I started my first agency, Host, 20 years ago today and a great many people lent me their counsel over the years as I started, bought, sold, acquired and merged businesses in the UK, Australia and Singapore. It all brought me to the fortunate position of leading some formidable talent across an incredible range of disciplines and I’d have given my right arm to access them when I started out two decades ago.

“It’s been devastating to see the impact of Covid-19 on the industry and if our expertise can help budding entrepreneurs find their feet again, we’re more than happy to offer it up. I am personally also looking forward to participating and doing what I can to help”.

For those who want to take their side hustle to the next level, visit www.havashustle.com.au   to find out who you can get help from and what they might be able to advise you on. Havas will match your side hustle and biggest issue with the most appropriate specialist on the team through dedicated 1:1 support over a half hour video-conferencing session. There are no strings attached. Your idea will (of course) remain entirely yours and it will remain locked in a confidential ‘code of silence’.

Registrations are open from today and the service will be available until 31st July.

The Havas Hustle team includes the following people across the Havas Village Australia:

  1. Anthony Freedman, - chairman, Havas Group ANZ
  2. Laura Aldington – CEO, Host/Havas 
  3. Simon Gupta – CEO, One Green Bean 
  4. Sarah Trombetta, CEO, Red/Havas 
  5. Matt Houltham, CEO Havas Media and Havas Melbourne 
  6. Mike Wilson – chairman, Havas Media 
  7. Jon Austin – creative
  8. Damian Royce – creative 
  9. Bohdi Lewis – innovation + experience design
  10. Olly Taylor – strategy
  11. Nick Kavanagh – communications strategy
  12. Alex Erasmus – social and PR strategy
  13. Gordon Dougal – digital 
  14. Will Allen – social
  15. Amaury Treguer – social
  16. Tim Rasbash – influencer marketing
  17. Nick Hand – finance
  18. Al Ferrier - production
  19. Paul Williams – commercials and procurement
  20. Angelia Scott – sustainability
  21. Adam Shutler –UX design
  22. Nic Adamovich – design
  23. Nat Helm -  PR
  24. Simon Porter – shopper and retail
  25. Steve Fontanot – experiential marketing
  26. Kate Smailes – experiential and production
  27. Francis Coady – sponsorship and brand partnerships
  28. Thierry Lalchere – talent and HR
  29. Wade Morgan – IT
  30. Adam Steward – search, SEO and affiliates
  31. Michaela Aguilar – website optimisation
  32. Naomi Johnston – media
  33. Sue Cook – healthcare PR
  34. Reema Babakhan, travel, tourism and leisure PR
  35. Symon Madry –technology and B2B 
  36. Dan Taylor – data and analytics

 

 

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Host/Havas, Thu, 28 May 2020 00:50:10 GMT