Thousands of people walk past Sydney’s Kings Cross billboard every day. If they were looking up this week, they would’ve seen something a little different: graffiti and rainbows. And if they were looking in the fridge, they might just have seen a new Coke can, too.Australia is currently participating
Coca-Cola Statement on Marriage Equality
Coca-Cola believes in the power of bringing people together. Whether it was the struggle for human rights in the United States in the 1960’s to a group of young people from many nations on a hilltop in Italy in the 1971, around the world we’ve always stood up for diversity, inclusion and equality.
Endless Curiosity: How to Become Young Journalist of the Year
Tehran in August is scorching hot and a world away from Sydney in winter. Curiosity was the main reason that lead journalist Eryk Bagshaw to choose the busy Iranian capital as a place for a holiday last year.That same curiosity was the reason he received a surprise phone call on a crowded Tehran street,
The Secrets Behind our Biggest Ever Sampling Campaign
How do you convince millions of Australians to say yes to a new taste? You could try and explain the flavour, but nothing actually compares to taking that very first mouthful. This was the challenge faced by the Coca-Cola team – getting the delicious new Coca-Cola No Sugar product into the hands of
What’s possible? How employee connected grants are helping young Australians
Like all parents, Danielle Tsogas’ life changed when she had her daughter, Lucia.As a new mum in the grip of the enormous first weeks of parenthood, she realised the truth in the phrase ‘friends are the family you choose.’ Danielle knew she wanted a supportive community for her daughter, and realised
Kings Cross is not a place. It’s a state of mind.
What sits at the heart of Sydney but has no official boundaries? Kings Cross has never been a suburb, but ask any Sydneysider where it is and they’ll tell you. It’s been a site of significance for thousands of years, and these days is a byword for a state of mind.“I think what’s always been special
Who Cares for the Carers?
Who do you turn to when you’re sick? Your parents? Your siblings? Friends? What if you were the person they needed to lean on? Who would take care of you?According to the founding director of the Carers Foundation Ronnie Benbow, there are more than 3 million carers in Australia, and 400,000 of these