Fairfax coverage – February 2016 – Robert Coorey launches the Coorey Report
Robert Coorey was interviewed by Fairfax journalist Flora Cauchi to announce the start of the Coorey Report.
“Marketing guru and best selling author of Feed a Starving Crowd, Robert Coorey, formerly from Carlingford, created the Coorey Report to offer tips on business, investing and executive lifestyle. He shares his views on how to make the most of content marketing.”
In this February 2016 article, Robert Coorey announced the start of the Coorey Report, a premium content platform for business, investing and lifestyle content.
Robert Coorey’s Recent Book Launch
Today Tonight coverage
Letter from the former Prime Minister Tony Abbott
“I am pleased to join with other members of our community in marking World High Five Day
in Australia, as part of the worldwide goal to reach 1 million high fives.”
“As day-to-day responsibilities and pressures increase – and we find ourselves busy with work, family or other commitments – it can be hard to find time to enjoy the simple things in life. I congratulate everyone involved with Punnky and World High Five Day for reminding us all to take a moment out of our busy lives and to smile.”
“I encourage people, especially young people, to get involved with World High Five Day and
to use this time to reflect on the blessings in their lives.” Tony Abbott
Former Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, wrote a personal recommendation letter to Coorey and the Punnky team for organising world high five day.
The Huffington Post
The Huffington Post recently called Coorey “one of the most influential online marketers across the globe”
Fast Company called Coorey an “online marketing guru” and credited with helping New York TV Celebrity Farnoosh Torabi with her latest digital product launch.
Fairfax featured Robert Coorey’s business advice across all of their Western Sydney newspapers. Coorey described his process for launching the book Feed A Starving Crowd as well as sharing behind the scene tips for running effective marketing campaigns.
Reader of the Week in Hills News
Hills News featured Robert Coorey as Reader of The Week.
Coorey has been heard on major Australian radio stations 2GB, 2UE, ABC and SeaFM.