Rachel Wright

Rachel is our Senior Business & Marketing Manager, dividing her time between her health client portfolio and strategic business management for Threesides.  Stolen from a decade in Government and the health sector, Rachel has grown the Threesides health promotion and pharmacy marketing expertise, expanding our service offering to this industry through major government and not-for-profit campaigns. If you are lucky enough, Rachel also loves to write. So when she can find the time, her expertise will be pulled in to write the perfect copy on the big jobs.

Born and bred in Sydney, she adapted to Canberra quickly with the help of her love for the good food and wine that our capital has to offer. With the exception of lamb. She has a weird aversion to eating it because of its likeness to her Spoodles, Barry and Billie. Though probably her destiny when your name means “lamb” in Hebrew and she herself has an uncanny likeness to her curly-haired friends. It would be kind of like eating yourself!

Articles by Rachel Wright

Top video tools you need now to do business online 5

Staying connected proved a lot harder than staying home during lockdown for most business owners. We anticipated various scenarios for Threesides as marketing campaigns were paused suddenly but we couldn’t have guessed how valuable our video skills were about to become. As our own staff departed the office to work remotely and we discovered the......
The role of Marketing during natural disasters

The role of Marketing during and post natural disasters 5

Nature has continued to unleash its worst this summer. Bushfires, the associated poor air quality in Canberra and destructive hailstorms. Yet in marketing, we’ve never had a more busy start to the year. So, what role does marketing play at such an important time for Australians? Plenty when it comes to communicating the right messaging through the right channels....

Healthier Choices Canberra brand goes live 5

For the past year, we have been working with ACT Health to design a brand that could distract people in supermarkets, clubs, restaurants, cafes, hospitals outlets, cinemas, kids play centres and junior sports canteens. With some of those environments already heavily saturated with marketing of less than healthy food and drink choices, it was a......