A boutique agency, we have specialised in the property development and financial services sector including MAB Corporation, Leightons, Heine Management Ltd (now Netwealth Ltd) as well as a range of other private companies including Windsor Capital and ResiVentures.

Grant has strong connections with journalists in the business sector including the AFR, The Australian and the former Fairfax publications. In addition, Impact has specialist social media staff that distribute news through the financial services channels as well as Linkedin and other social media platforms.

Grant’s background in journalism honed through years working in the business section of The Australian. His ability to turn a business plan or launch in a media story is well known.

Impact is currently working on the national launch of a hydrogen energy power source and is developing a marketing strategy for a Coronavirus disinfectant.

In addition, Impact has a strategic planning business that has been consulting to Ritchies – Australia’s largest private owned supermarket chain with a $1.2 billion p.a turnover – as well as similar work for national hardware chain Mitre10.


Impact advised the directors of the Agriculture Growers Action Group (AGAG) that led to a Federal parliamentary committee to examine the failure of Timbercorp and major expose in the former Fairfax papers as well as advised them on their media and government communications strategies.


Impact advised MAB for communications to secure more than $2 billion of development projects and created a major PR campaign to boost the profile of the partners over several years.


Crisis Management
Advised the property developer and builder on how to deal with a major problem it had with State Government legislation regarding flammable cladding.