Clients & Projects

The GoodSense team is experienced in marketing to businesses and to the public. Our clients include small businesses, larger organisations, social enterprises and not for profits. All our clients’ products and services contribute in some way to improving nature or society, as well as shareholders’ wealth.

Medium and small business marketing

It’s rewarding helping business owners grow to the next stage. We are particularly experienced in working with technology clients, sustainability leaders (from food to energy!) and services businesses.

We understand the pressures of growth and can adapt as you change. This case study about Deptive is a great example of how we’ve met one IT client’s marketing needs from start-up to high-growth.

We’re leaders in marketing sustainability. That’s one reason Ngai Tahu renewables and insulation specialist Awarua Synergy chose us to help plan their brand positioning, website and sales strategy.

Marketing services has particular challenges and we love to bring the intangible to life. This case study examines how we planned and project managed an award winning new website for the award winning Patterson’s Architects.

Social enterprises and not for profits

Our track record in third sector marketing spans national organisations and local charities. We’ve helped the Community Energy Network articulate how they and their member organisations contribute to wellbeing across Aotearoa. And we’ve helped the YMCA sell their after-care services to school principles.

Sustainable Marketing for large organisations

Most of the GoodSense team have experience with corporate marketing and we love combining it with our sustainable marketing skills. Our work with NZ Post is a great example of this in action.

If you’d like to find out more about clients we’ve helped make their marketing more brilliant you can read what some more have said here or contact us and we’ll share stories over coffee.

Case Studies
Ethical marketing excellence

Puketāpapa Community Driving School

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GoodSense was able to help the Puketāpapa Community Driving School create a marketing plan to focus on key audience segments, and strengthen their brand and social media strategy. This resulted in an updated website, improved social media management & media coverage on Breakfast TVNZ. 

Outside The Box Caskets

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GoodSense was able to help Outside the Box Caskets plan and then execute a PR outreach campaign, which resulted in media coverage by TVNZ Breakfast, NBR and Radio Hauraki.

Powerhouse Wind

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At GoodSense we were able to create a quick-win website for this client ourselves, ensuring enough care could also be taken with site planning, so the website is strategically strong, and write effective sales copy and basic search optimisation.

Kaipātiki Project

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GoodSense worked with environment community enterprise, the Kaipātiki Project to develop a bold new tagline and brand strategy and planned and project managed their new brand identity and website.

Rise Financial

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A combination of collaborative planning and coaching gave Rise Financial a significantly improved online presence and strategic focus for their overall marketing programme.

Collective Intelligence

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Over just four months, GoodSense helped Collective Intelligence build momentum across its social channels and to increase reach to its target audiences.

Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari

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GoodSense planned and ran a workshop with the whole Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari team, structured to develop a deep, shared understanding of the offer, the customer experience and the emotional needs of visitors.

Thankyou Payroll

The Thankyou Payroll team

GoodSense worked with ethical payroll innovator Thankyou Payroll to create a new focus and understanding of their target audiences. This now becomes the strong foundation for future marketing and messaging work.

eHaus

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GoodSense undertook a strategic review of marketing activity and sales channel performance for eHaus. We then worked with the client to co-create a new, clear channel strategy for the next stage of growth.

Fairground

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GoodSense undertook a collaborative process to agree the overall brand strategy, values and personality as well as the key messaging for the business. Then we developed a number of ideas for potential names.

Raw Essentials

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GoodSense used a TetraMap® learning programme to help Raw Essentials’ growing team improve how they understand each other and communicate. The programme is delivering lasting results.

NZ Red Cross

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GoodSense helped New Zealand Red Cross develop messaging to promote their retail stores so the benefits of donating goods or shopping at the stores are more clearly understood.

NZ Post

NZ Post Case Study

GoodSense worked with NZ Post to make make their digital storytelling about their sustainability work more focussed, compelling and effective.

YMCA

YMCA case study

GoodSense helped crystallise the benefits of Y Out of School Care so the service could be more successfully sold to school principals nationwide. We then led the development of a sales proposal for staff around the country to use and helped the YMCA launch it to their teams.

Patterson Associates

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GoodSense designed & organised content for the nine scrolling-page website, including 38 featured projects, and crafted this into web copy, adding search engine optimization to key pages.

Awarua Synergy

Awarua Synergy

GoodSense helped Awarua Synergy identify and reposition their brand image & ran a marketing workshop engaging the wider team.

Intouch Design

Case Study Intouch Design

With funding support through the NZ Trade & Enterprise voucher scheme, GoodSense delivered a programme of support for business owner Juliet, helping to turn product innovation into sales success.

Deptive

Deptive

GoodSense provided sales and marketing expertise to Jason in a planned series of workshops and coaching. In time, Jo assisted Jason to apply for NZ Trade & Enterprise co-funding of further coaching and planning work.

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