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Take a look below at some of the things we’ve been up to recently.

Please welcome Jim Camm to the Wallis team!

Jim has over 25 years of research experience both as a supplier and buyer. Jim brings experience in ad-tracking and communications research, as well as lecturing experience in the higher education sector. Immediately before joining Wallis, Jim was with ANZ Bank.

October 1-5th is International Customer Service Week

For the 18th year in a row Wallis was Highly Recommended in the Australian Achiever Awards with a score well over 90% from its clients, this year’s score being our highest in eight years.  Wallis has never needed to advertise its services and the reason is that our clients do it for us with quotes […]

Wallis sponsors keynote speaker at 27th NCVER “No Frills” Conference

The 27th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference ‘No Frills’ was held in Sydney on 15-17 August 2018.  Both national and international delegates attended and presented, with Wallis sponsoring keynote speaker Professor Lene Tanggaard from the University of Aalborg, Denmark, who gave a presentation on creativity in VET, which will be a necessary competency for future […]

Wallis Website Launch

Wallis staff celebrated the launch of our the website on Friday afternoon. The revamped site aims to create a user-friendly browsing experience for our all website visitors including new and existing clients as well as our survey respondents.

Wallis attends DHS Cooperative Procurement Program Trade Fair in Canberra

The Australian Government Department of Human Services invited Wallis to be a stallholder at the Cooperative Procurement Program Trade Fair in Canberra on 13th June. Company Directors Josephine Foti and Josh Flack attended along with Wallis’ Graphic Designer, Ali Sherman. The trade fair was a great opporunity for Wallis to network with DHS contacts and […]

The Wallis Biggest Morning Tea raises $400!

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is Cancer Council’s most popular fundraising event and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia. The idea is simple, just get your friends, colleagues or community together over some tea and treats, and help to raise vital money for people affected by cancer.

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