Panduit - From the Windy City to Melbourne

From the Windy City to Melbourne

Chicago is famous for being the ‘windy city'. But apart from the wind, Chicago is also home to Panduit, a global company with over 5,000 employees around the world, but still with its state of the art office headquarters based in Chicago. Tangent are proud to welcome Panduit to our client portfolio to help support and grow the Panduit brand in Australia.

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Bring The Heat

Bring The Heat

A recent site rebuild for Australia's leading Hydronic Heating suppliers had an interesting follow up. The HydroHeat site rebuild was a substantial project with over 400 pgs of content including a critical data knowledge bank. The previous build was nearly 7 yrs old and whilst it had stood the test of time with maintenance and upkeep, it had reached end of life.

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Kosdown Thinking In Ink

Thinking In Ink

Kosdown are a third generation printing company that has adapted a broad digital and offset print offer. Despite the printing sector shrinking as a whole, this has kept them at the forefront of the market, and Kosdown are thriving. Being busy running the business however leaves the directors time poor, and they had been stalling on a much needed site rebuild for some time, and partnerships with other developers had not delivered.

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Politics is a Tough Game

Tangent created the campaign for Cr Rob Grinter's election to Bayside Council in 2016, successfully winning their candidate a seat.

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Cleaning Up our Act

Tangent were recently engaged to design a new range of FMCG packaging for the household cleaning sector for the iconic ‘De-Solv-It’ cleaning products...

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Annual Reports... Why?

Are Annual Reports still relevant? Over the last decade or so we have witnessed the demise of the annual report, at least in its traditional paper, bound, format.  Do they still matter, and if so in what form?

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Nice ARS

Some brands just seem to come together easy. The briefs seem to almost write themselves, it seems ridiculous how they are so brilliantly straightforward, ARS was not one of those...

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