We live in an era of great social challenges and we have decided to be part of the change.
We work on three levels:
We know that impact evaluation is all about creating the proper metric system; we make sure we connect you with those who will come back with an ongoing credible evaluation system, not just a “snapshot” of your organisation with random numbers.
A credible evaluation system is important for your strategic planning and your grantmaking overall.
If you need to communicate your impact effectively, you chose wisely.
This is our comfort zone. We understand the difference between a digital campaign and a digital social campaign; we know the difference between digital commercial marketing and what it takes to shift behaviours & perceptions using digital tools.
So, how do you share your impact online?
How do you communicate your work to your internal and external stakeholders?
Is your community aware of your work?
Are your beneficiaries heard?
Do your funders get the message? Are you reaching out to your potential audiences?
Sophia is completing her MA of Social Impact (by Research) at Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship - Swinburne in addition to her Masters in Communications. She has a strong background in media & comms and is currently investigating the relationship between social media and social enterprises.
Kyriakos is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Social Impact - Swinburne where he is focusing on design thinking and communicating social impact. He holds a Juris Doctor and an Executive MBA. He uses his rich experience in strategic marketing & media to combine it with design thinking and branding in the third sector.
There is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
It's us. All of us.
Every person, every colour, every idea, every action to create positive impact.
Be part of the chain, be part of the change.
We communicate Social Impact.
We are Just Gold.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Just Gold Digital Agency acknowledges that we work on Aboriginal land and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of this country we call home. We pay our respect to Indigenous elders past, present and future and to the elders of other communities.