CANNINGS is one of Australia’s leading corporate and financial communications consultancy firms. We provide strategic counsel and tactical support for major financial transactions, investor relations, crisis and issues management and executive media engagements.

For more information about Cannings’ experience and services please contact Cannings.


During the past four years, Cannings has worked on financial transactions worth more than $80 billion for Australian and international share market listed and private companies.
Cannings has a suite of media coaching programs for executives and spokespeople that will assist them in communicating effectively to all stakeholders.
Cannings has considerable experience managing internal communications during organisational changes to ensure corporate values, staff morale and broader stakeholder loyalty are maintained.
We advise on investor road shows, annual general meetings, financial results announcements and high level shareholder engagement.

Global Network

Cannings has a national footprint with consultants along the entire eastern seaboard and in Perth.

Cannings own 49 per cent of leading Perth consultancy Purple Communications, taking our total staff numbers to more than 30.

Cannings is part of STW Group, Australia’s largest communications services company. We also partner with Ogilvy PR Worldwide through our connection with the London listed WPP.

Our cross-border capabilities extend to the offices and consultants of our global affiliates and partners, which span over 106 countries and more than 2,000 offices.

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