aged care: 5 brand tips

March 15, 2020 | Aged Care Marketing

We challenge ourselves, and each other especially when things get tough. This is to ensure that we don’t lose sight of our vision of #makingagedcarebetter and playing an essential part in shaping the future of a world-class aged care industry.

Change doesn’t have to suck

January 23, 2020 | Aged Care Marketing

Anthony Carroll, Senior Marketing and Innovation Manager at Mirus Australia is an expert in human-centred design. Anthony regularly teaches at the University of Sydney, Centre of Continuing Education on this very subject and is an Expert-in-Residence for Mirus Australia, a Gold Partner of innovAGEING.

Mirus MoBros with Luke

December 1, 2019 | Aged Care Marketing

Luke Coe, Head of Technology at Mirus Australia likes to solve puzzles. His professional philosophy is underpinned by this, the drive for “finding elegant solutions to complex problems”.

People first change

November 30, 2019 | Aged Care Marketing

At Mirus Australia we recently launched our campaign named Change doesn’t have to suck. The campaign aims to demonstrate we understand the challenges in the aged care industry and how we are all experiencing significant change.

Mirus MoBros with Tyler (Ty)

November 28, 2019 | Aged Care Marketing

Tyler (Ty) Fisher is a data nerd and proud of it. Actually, Ty is way more than a data nerd as he leads the Business Intelligence team at Mirus Australia providing expert business revenue and management process advice.

100 X 100

April 9, 2019 | Aged Care Management

On 10 March 2019 #Celebratingwomeninagedcare will be 100 days old and will celebrate the 100th woman. So far, these women representing 10 countries including Australia have shared their experiences, inspiration,…

Is aged care ready for the next best fitness app?

April 4, 2019 | Aged Care Marketing

At Mirus Australia, we are #makingagedcarebetter with people, insights, and technology with a goal to improve the financial performance of aged care providers. As we continue to support the financial safety of the aged care industry – who can we pass the “please stay fit and healthy” baton onto?