Pip Miller is a Cairns based public relations consultant who established her business, Pip Miller PR, 18 years ago in response to the growing need for public relations expertise by north Queensland’s business community – wishing to communicate effectively with ‘publics’ or audiences in the local, domestic and international marketplace.
Pip Miller is a public relations consultant who leads a small, but well qualified team with experience in all aspects of marketing, however specialises in media relations and publicity.
The consultancy advise principally at board or partner level, where an analysis of the public relations objectives is a natural consequence for mutual confidence and a frank appreciation of the client’s business aims.
This approach has proved particularly suitable to north Queensland’s business community, particularly its tourism industry, where a considered, thoughtful campaign reflects the essential integrity of the clients concerned.
When it comes to events, Pip Miller PR has a wealth of experience that extends beyond the normal bounds of public relations. Having managed the north Queensland branch of the Australian Tourism Export Council for 11 years, Pip master-minded many large-scale events including her branches signature MEGA FAMIL that continues to occur each year. In 2007 Pip retired from her role as branch manager and was awarded the most significant contribution by an individual award by the national branch for that year.
There is no accounting for hands-on experience. A trained journalist, Pip Miller understands the way in which the media works. Since 1988, Pip has worked as a public relations consultant in Sydney, London and now, Cairns. With a penchant for thinking outside the square, a strong work ethic couples with creativity to ensure Pip Miller PR delivers the best possible service on time, all the time.
Pip is a regular contributor to local monthly lifestyle publications, City Life and Cairnseye, is a director of the KickArts board, a committee member of Cairns Tropical Writers and a former director of the JUTE Theatre board.
Retained clients include Rydges Hotels and Resorts (seven hotels in North Queensland), Vision Hotels and Resorts (Paradise Palms Resort and Country Club and The Lakes Cairns Resort and Spa), Cairns Festival (since launch in 2002), Moonlight Cinema Port Douglas (May – October season), Daintree Estates Australian Cocoa, Kewarra Beach Rainforest Resort and Brookfield Residential Properties (Bluewater Trinity Beach).
In 2011 Pip was appointed to publicise Local Government Managers Association Conference (22-25 May 2011) Seafood Directions 2011 Conference at Gold Coast Convention Centre (23-25 October 2011).