ZOO Communications Group is a leading design company. Since 1993, our team has provided services in corporate identity and branding, marketing and communications, to premier organisations globally.
This was followed in 1995 with a move to incorporate the growing industry of website development and interactive multi-media project planning in the service offering. .
ZOO developed the marketing strategies and the brand identity of OzEmail - Australia's largest Internet service provider in the 1990's. ZOO is also responsible for setting up Australia's first online advertising media placement for Web Wide Media (later Softbank Interactive) and for launching the world's first coin-operated Internet Public Access Terminals (IPATs). ZOO have been pioneers in this arena, and continue to grow with, and hold innovative support for this ever evolving industry.
ZOO continues to maintain a holistic approach to the clients we serve. We want their success stories to be heard. We do not discriminate between smaller start-ups or large organisations. We use utilise client budgets, no matter the size, to reach the maximum potential for the outcomes they wish to achieve.
To get to the core of our clients business objectives. We want to build long term relationships by intimately getting to understand the various dynamics of the industries we serve, which technology alone cannot achieve.
We will use our heritage and experience to direct and guide our clients, while becoming a dependable leader in visual communication
Our aim is to be able to intuitively pivot to the everchanging demands of the communications industry at large.
We want to provide a complete and effective suite of solutions, which will enable our clients to have all their business goals achieved through a single channel.
We will continue to harnessing the latest in technologies, and apply the highest ethical, design and communication principals to exceed all client expectations.
We want to be that support to our clients, which will leave no other words needed, but: "Wow - thank you!"