When you work with us you can look forward to these values play out in every interaction.
We show up and participate. We collaborate. We share accountability.
We’re bold in chasing our convictions and are never afraid to try.
Talk is cheap and so we own what we say. We manage expectations and then we go for gold.
We push to make things better. We try and make a difference not only to the work but to the people around us.
Gillian Fish, Founder of 6AM and Author of Good + Well; 25 World Experts Share Their Secrets to Wellbeing, is a Creative Communications leader with a passion for building businesses, stemming from a 30+ year career in publishing and agency ownership. Prior to migrating to Australia, Gillian was Managing Editor of one of South Africa’s leading lifestyle magazines.
Gillian launched The 6AM Agency (formerly Brand New Solutions) in 2002, realising a lifelong entrepreneurial dream of building and owning her own business. Today, the firm is acknowledged as a leading modern creative communications agency, with a deep specialisation in wellbeing and good living and a heritage in earned and owned, across creative, PR, Social and Digital. Gillian is invited to speak at industry conferences both locally and internationally; most recently at Vitafoods Asia and Naturally Good Expo in Sydney, about how to achieve best in class results leveraging Earned, Owned and Paid in the wellbeing and good living sectors including complementary medicine, fitness, food, beverages and raw material suppliers. The agency is proud to represent world-leading brands that span Australia, USA and Japan.
Chris Savage is one of Asia Pacific’s leading corporate reputation and crisis management experts. Chris brings a 35-year career leading the most specialised corporate affairs businesses in the region, including close to a decade as COO of the largest listed communications business in the region. His specialisation is in helping businesses, leaders and brands build stakeholder trust, relationships, perceptions, goodwill equity and credibility. He is also deeply expert in protecting reputation when ‘things go wrong’ – in issues preparedness and management, and in full blown crisis management scenarios.
AMY Award Winner for “Digital Person of the Year”, Joe is a User Experience (UX) professional with 18 years of industry experience and a passion for creativity and design aesthetics. He has worked in the UK, USA, Asia, and Australia for clients such as Jurlique, Comvita, CommBank, Optus, Telstra, Virgin and JSHealth. Joe’s curious nature urges him to understand the technology, the business goals, and the user needs before he embarks on the design process.
Evolving from his previous role as an Executive Creative Director, beyond the more artistic and creative flair of his role, his responsibilities include helping brands transform their business digitally.
His design team is composed of a diverse range of unique digital specialists under his visionary leadership. They live by their motto of purposeful design – this means defining and refining the strategy, so the digital projects achieve business goals that add value to people’s lives.
Joe continues his mission in 2020; to have empathy for both stakeholders and customers and strives to make every digital experience websites, useful, visually-pleasing and highly immersive. His specialties are websites, web apps, mobile apps, landing pages and eCommerce.
As a founder of a multi-award winning agency, called DMG, he has now sold the agency and has joined 6AM as the Digital Director. Awarded the AMY’s “Digital Person of the Year” Winner, his passions are health, sustainability and design. Among the design community, he is known as an industry leader in inspiring creativity, passion and empathy.
Having a healthy body and healthy mind is so important.
The CEO of 6AM and the author of Good + Well, Gillian Fish would like to share the first 3 chapters of this special book with You.
If these qualities resonate, you’re likely to fit in really well:
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