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28 Feb 2018

Khemistry’s Arts & Minds campaign for Anglicare Southern Queensland wins OMA’s 2017 Grand Prix  

Khemistry’s Arts & Minds campaign for Anglicare Southern Queensland, in partnership with goa, has won the Grand Prix – Best campaign for 2017 in the Outdoor Media Association’s (OMA) Creative Collections. Run quarterly by the OMA, the Creative Collections recognise and celebrate the most creative and innovative Out of Home (OOH) campaigns from across Australia.

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17 Jan 2018

Striving for and achieving end-to-end digitisation for wealth managers

Frank Henze, Practice Lead, Financial Services IT at Trimantium GrowthOps, spoke of the need for private banks and wealth managers to transition from a traditional front, middle and back office paradigm to what his entrepreneurial services firm terms ‘Digital Continuum’, which involves quite radical change in strategy and work practices as well as continuous innovation.

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14 Nov 2017

Trimantium set for $70m ASX debut

One of the largest Australian tech IPOs of the year is set to go live this morning with Trimantium GrowthOps landing on the ASX as part of a $70 million offering. The move will result in the company being valued between $142 million and $166m. Managing director and founder Phillip Kingston told The Australian almost all new markets and new opportunities are seized by ­either entrepreneurs going hard at a single problem — or a corporate pivot — and his entrepreneurial operations firm is focused on the latter.

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10 Nov 2017

New operations firm goes for growth

Trimantium GrowthOps is shaking up the technology-enabled growth services industry, giving organisations a new way to achieve quantifiable revenue and market share growth. GrowthOps, the brainchild of founder and managing director Phillip Kingston, is billed as an entrepreneurial operations partner for organisations seeking to develop new products, services and growth strategies. Mr Kingston told The Australian GrowthOps was doing some particularly exciting work with two of the three largest insurance companies in Asia, in addition to one of the world’s largest consumer brands.

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17 Oct 2017

Today’s outsiders are tomorrow’s competition

Consumers are more global, mobile and connected today than ever before resulting in run-away expectations of products and services. This changes the nature of consumer demand and creates the space for global insurgents with superior solutions to enter local markets and for imitators to spin up local versions of global leaders. Board rooms at retail groups, banks, super funds, asset managers and media institutions are not worried they are going to be eaten by one of their historic competitors but rather by an outsider whose motives, playbook and investment horizon they do not fully understand. So where does this leave boards and CEOs?

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