Communicating through complexity
Komms-Haus design and communications is led by Melissa Miller and Kami Rostami. Based in Adelaide, Komms-Haus serve clients across Australia.
Melissa Miller leads the Komms-Haus business and is Director of our Strategic Communications Service.
Melissa helps organisations to marry their strategy and communications through no-nonsense planning for marketing, communications and engagement.
In State Government she came to specialise in launching new entities and initiatives and was instrumental in the launch of both the Fines Unit and the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
With experience in business, government, not-for-profit, and academic sectors, Melissa has the breadth to access a range of solutions for your communications and marketing challenges.
Over the years she has worked across media and stakeholder management, branding, marketing, PR, web and digital, publications, social media and more. Melissa is also active in the startup community in Adelaide, and she guides the strategy and business function for two local startups with big ambitions.
Melissa's sought-after marketing and communications strategies tackle complex and new markets. She frequently works with government departments, academic institutions, startups and technology and research organisations. If you would like to explore working with Melissa, request a time to discuss your objectives via this form.
Komms-Haus design and communications works with leaders of organisations large and small, from departments, multinationals, not-for-profits and academic institutions through to startups.
With a strong focus on customer service and client needs, the team at Komms-Haus guides clients on the steps they need to take to achieve powerful and lasting branding, design, marketing and communications.
A new tribunal coming to South Australia?
Komms-Haus created the branding and worked with the SACAT team across signage, digital communications, print communications and web and intranet.
A new technology that has the potential to shake up consumer goods?
Komms-Haus developed a brand that was original, modern, and subtly referenced the technology.
Australia's first innovation district taking stock and planning for opportunities? Komms-Haus developed a marketing strategy that brought together the Tonsley Innovation District's many goals and areas of operation, and spoke with stakeholders at all levels to gather feedback and build relationships.
A new grant scheme for one of our Adelaide not-for-profits?
Komms-Haus created an original identity to help Zahra Foundation's Opportunity Knox stand out from the crowd.