David Mano’s analytical and logical thinking are key assets to Cannings Purple’s Government Relations team in his role as a Consultant, assisting across a range of clients.

David, who grew up in a house where politics was always on the menu for dinner table discussion, combines work at Cannings Purple with studies in Marketing and Public Relations and Laws at the University of Notre Dame. He has previously interned at Cannings Purple as part of his studies.

A former captain of the Mosman Park Football Club, David has volunteering experience with Uni Camp for Kids and when he isn’t enjoying the calm of Leighton Beach can usually be found whipping up a storm in the kitchen.

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Corporate Affairs

Property confidence soars, despite headwinds

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Digital

How I grew my LinkedIn network by 50% in six weeks

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Design

Purple Conversations: Cameron Wong

Cameron Wong is a key part of Cannings Purple’s digital…

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Corporate Affairs

Why media intelligence is important, and how to make it work for you

For business, Media Intelligence can be an invaluable tool, especially when used the…

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Corporate Affairs

World Health Day: COVID-19

“Building a fairer and healthier world for everyone“ is the focus of World Health…

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Design

Cannings Purple Launches New Website

We are very excited to announce the launch of our…

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Digital

Stakeholder and Community Engagement in a Post-COVID World

COVID-19 has created an atmosphere of uncertainty in almost every…

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Corporate Affairs

Introducing Skyline – A Targeted Commercial Property Content Platform

Cannings Purple’s Skyline platform has been developed to ensure property…

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Digital

The case to Automate

For many people automation is no more than a buzz word,…

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Crisis Readiness

Press freedom in Australia and defamation cases on the rise

Often the media is referred to as the harshest of…

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