Headquartered in Perth, Australia’s mining and energy capital, the Cannings Purple expert team works with some of Australia’s best-known companies. With a seasoned multidisciplinary team we provide strategic advice and support across all external affairs and communications functions relevant to resources and energy companies.
Our Investor Relations team members are experts in understanding, distilling, and leveraging resources stories for shareholders and investors.
With our sector knowledge, we recognise compelling value and are experts at communicating it to investors and the media.
It’s no surprise that Cannings Purple is the first stop for resources and energy companies of all sizes seeking expert advice including:
Our Corporate Affairs team has decades of shared experience working with resources and energy companies.
We can deliver
Our Stakeholder Engagement team continues to work successfully with companies, Traditional Owners and communities to find a mutually beneficial outcome that will see the community benefit and you succeed. It is critical to build trust with your stakeholders and highlight the social value of your project so you can strengthen your social licence and foster stakeholder support.
We know that a good relationship with governments is critical for successful resource projects in Australia and around the world. Our Government Relations team members are experts at navigating the political landscape and finding your path through approvals processes. Cannings Purple consultants are registered lobbyists across relevant Australian jurisdictions.
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