Meet Little Birdie
Head bird Rebecca Hanley is a wordsmith with over a decade's experience as a journalist and editor in print and online media.
In addition to providing copywriting services to numerous corporate and lifestyle brands including Bondi Boost, Dettol and MAGGI, her work with words has appeared on the pages of many national publications including...
Elle, GQ, Harper's Bazaar, Collective Hub, body+soul, Mama Disrupt, Mother & Baby, Cleo, Shop Til You Drop, Dolly, TV Week, Australian Yoga Life and Famous
WELCOME TO LITTLE BIRDIE
We help creative folk on a mission to illuminate their message and take their brands next-level
You’re a maker of fine things, or pretty sweet deals, or change.
Your business is your baby. You want to give her every chance of blossoming into the star you know she was born to be.
You’re armed with an incredible idea for making this world of ours a better place. Your mission is bang-on, now you just need the world to know about it.
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WHAT WE DO
WE GET IT.
It can feel like a right WILD FOREST out there. Every last lady and her cavoodle has a brilliant idea and she’s somehow scored a megaphone with which to shout it from the rooftops. Meanwhile you Just. Want. To. Be. Heard too, damnnit!
BA DA BING...
THAT'S WHERE WE COME IN
"I am by nature a dealer in words, and words are the
most powerful drug
known to humanity."
- Rudyard Kipling
At the end of our collaboration, we make it OUR mission to bet you’ll feel:
HEARD. SEEN. VALUED. AUTHENTIC. LOUDER. BRIGHTER. RADIANT. ON FIRE.
Let's do this!
You’ve got the goods, we’ve got the words, together let's make magic happen.
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