With more than 20 years’ experience in media and communications, Fran is our property specialist and a skilled writer and a highly effective communicator with a proven ability to add value for clients across a range of sectors, including construction, finance, professional services and education.

As head of Cannings Purple’s Corporate Affairs team, Fran excels at identifying and leveraging opportunities to build media profile for her clients – ensuring they’re able to tell their stories, and get their messages through to the right audiences.

A WA native, Fran began her career as a newspaper journalist and remains a news addict who is unable to start her day without consuming several newspapers and at least one large coffee.

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Corporate Affairs

Property confidence soars, despite headwinds

If you’re part of the property sector in Australia, you’re…

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Digital

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

One of the things I do a lot of is…

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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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