kiscomms (short for ‘keep it simple communications) was established by Bronwyn Frazer in Perth, Western Australia in 2002. Bronwyn has a Degree in Communications with a major in Marketing and a minor in Psychology + various post graduate qualifications.
Bronwyn is a communications specialist, freelance journalist and author.
For over 15 years she has been working in the communications field in public relations/marketing/media and corporate communications.
Some of the organisations she has worked with and for includes: The Commonwealth Bank of Australia; News Limited, St Vincent de Paul; SEDA; Austereo Radio Network; Consumer Protection; FuelWatch; WorkSafe; The Department of Heritage; Arts and Culture; Campbell Page; The Australian Trades College; Community First; Channel 7; Channel 9; Channel 10; American Express; The Community Newspaper Group; The Original Juice Co; and the Coles Myers Group.
Bronwyn has also written articles for Body & Soul, Woman’s Day, The Sunday Times, Family Circle and The West Australian.
As required by the size of the project or client requirements, kiscomms works with other specialists to ensure a job is done to the highest professional standards.