Miscellany: Flaks, James Hardie and Jackson Wells Morris

Flaks, James Hardie and Jackson Wells Morris

Jackson Wells Morris Chairman, Keith Jackson, has encouraged crikey readers to visit the JWM website to see their updated client list rather than rely on Miscellany’s www.disinfopedia.com source.

So on Sunday we checked both. The disinfopedia site did include the latest news on JWM from Saturday’s Financial Review. That said that James Hardie had dumped Gavin Anderson and now employed JWM and a company called Third Person Communications. Sadly google couldn’t tell me anything about the latter but I’m sure other readers have information which crikey would no doubt be happy to publish.

Anyway, we compared client lists from JWM website and the www.disinfopedia.com site and came up with the following:

New on the JWM list (compared to disinfopedia) are: Boral, University of Western Sydney, National Wealth Management (MLC), Suncorp, Zurich Financial Services, Liquor Stores Association, McDonalds, NSW Racing, Acer Computer Association, United Medical Protectionm, Auspine, Australian Industry Group, Imperial Tobacco Australia, Manildra Group, Smorgon Steel Group, Seven Network, World Audio Limited, Astrazeneca, Baxter Healthcare, Whitlam Institute, Boehringer Ingelheim, Deacons, LJ Hooker, Australian Newsagents Federation, Australian Retailers Association.

Off the list are: Lend Lease, Orlando Wyndham, Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation Foundation, Colgate Palmolive, Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, Medicines Australia, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the Bundanon Trust.