Com­pany’s fairy­tale be­gin­ning has an Im­pact

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle - Louise Alling­ham

Kar­ratha-based busi­ness Im­pact Me­dia is mak­ing waves both lo­cally and na­tion­ally, win­ning awards and con­tracts all over the coun­try.

Im­pact Me­dia founder and owner Ta­mara BinA­mat took a risk leav­ing her job in 2013 to start the busi­ness and has since per­se­vered through the Pil­bara’s eco­nomic down­turn, gained a list of na­tional clients and seized op­por­tu­ni­ties brought about by the re­gion’s grow­ing num­ber of small busi­ness.

“The Pil­bara is em­brac­ing the need for mar­ket­ing and de­sign and we are com­mit­ted to stay­ing at the cut­ting edge of our in­dus­try for the ben­e­fit of our clients,” she said.

Im­pact Me­dia was named best Abo­rig­i­nal busi­ness at this year’s Kar­ratha and Dis­tricts Cham­ber of Com­merce and In­dus­try Awards.

Ms BinA­mat said she was hon­oured to have taken out the prize in her first year of en­ter­ing the KDCCI awards.

“Our suc­cess has been a team ef­fort and I thank our skilled and ded­i­cated team of copy­writ­ers, graphic de­sign­ers and web de­vel­op­ers, along with our busi­ness men­tors, in­clud­ing those at RSM and oth­ers,” she said.

Pil­bara Girl, Red Dog Re­lay, Red Earth Arts Fes­ti­val and Gamex are just a few of the events Im­pact Me­dia have worked on and they have re­cently won a ten­der with the De­part­ment of For­eign Af­fairs and Trade in Can­berra.

“The fu­ture looks bright and we are ex­cited about help­ing more Abo­rig­i­nal and non-Abo­rig­i­nal busi­nesses in the Pil­bara to thrive,” she said.

“This is only the be­gin­ning.”

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