Merry Christmas from all at Appco!

Appco Group Australia has just had a phenomenal year with events, client achievements and positive news galore!

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Chistmas, a safe and Happy New Year - and look forward to sharing the best of 2016 and beyond with you.

Season's greetings!

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  • Appco Australia employee walks 50 kilometres to tackle poverty

    2018-03-27

    Staff from Appco Australia have backed their colleague Greig Ward in Oxfam Trailwalker – a 50-kilometre hike from Melbourne to the Warburton Valley – to raise money for people living in poverty.

  • “WOW! I want to take a moment to acknowledge how impressed I am.”

    2018-03-29

    Appco Australia’s call centre team makes quality-assurance and verification calls to customers and donors  to thank them for their purchase or pledge and to check that they’re 100 percent happy with the sign-up process.

  • BLOG: Go for gold: 4 tips to help boost your business and professional development

    2018-04-05

    The 2018 Commonwealth Games is no doubt Australia’s biggest sporting event this decade, and if there’s one sport Aussies will be excited about, it’s the swimming.

    Did you know that Australia was the most successful Commonwealth nation in pool by the end of Glasgow 2014? We won more than 654 medals, of which 269 were gold! So, in honour of our Aussie swimming team and their past achievements, here are four tips for succeeding in the pool or at the office.

  • Appco in Focus: our Business Development Manager on her role and how she came to meet The Queen

    2018-04-13

    Not only does our Business Development Manager Pauline Henderson have an immense amount of business knowledge and experience, wait for it…she’s met The Queen and Prince Philip! Read on to get the scoop and learn about Pauline’s role and why it’s integral to our clients’ direct marketing campaigns.

  • Appco Australia supports young Aussies

    2018-05-03

    Recently, Shane Ward trekked an incredible 135 kilometres from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste in Western Australia to raise money for a charity that supports young people, and our staff were keen to support his efforts.