Little Windmill Marketing launches as spinoff of tourism business Bunnik Tours

South Australian-based international tours business Bunnik Tours has launched a marketing business, Little Windmill Marketing.

CEO Sacha Bunnik said the idea for the business came about as he was looking to repurpose Bunnik Tours’ resources in the midst of the pandemic.

The business has been spun off of tourism company Bunnik Tours

“Over the past few months, with the travel industry experiencing a major downturn and the lifting of international borders still a way off, we decided to look at the resources we have in the company, and re-purpose our offer. As such Little Windmill Marketing was born,” Bunnik said.

Catherine Kelly, chief marketing officer of Bunnik Tours, has been appointed to head up the new venture.

Little Windmill Marketing will offer services in strategic planning, digital and social media campaigns, content creation, branding, graphic design and website development.

“Little Windmill is offering a unique opportunity to utilise a team normally off limits to external companies,” Kelly said.

“We recognise that a lot of small to midsize companies are faced with the need to come out of lockdown in a really impactful way but may not have the marketing resources and know-how or the big budgets to capitalise on the opportunity. We are ready to help. This not only puts a great team to work but also supports Australian enterprise.”

The name, Little Windmill Marketing, pays homage to the Dutch heritage of the Bunnik family.


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