Customer-focused teleprompting operator
and equipment hire consultants.
Behind every curtain, every performance, our reputable team’s vast experience helps support and deliver successful productions.
Established in 2016 with over a decade of collective experience, we pride ourselves in putting our customers at the forefront of what we do.
We work by understanding evolving client needs and offering reliable and flexible solutions.
We were formed—and are run by—two women, with a values-driven approach to everything we do. From humble beginnings, our high-class team has grown; we have been boosted by our industry’s trust in us and a demand for the quality service we deliver.
Our vision is to provide complete support for presenters in television, conferences and events—through reliability, leading technology and excellence in teleprompting.
We believe that every presenter should feel supported when they step out on stage, giving them the peace of mind, focus and confidence to fully impact their audience.
Our values are compassion, support, reliability, integrity, leadership and community.
People are at the forefront of what we do. With a values-driven approach to business, we aim to provide a high level of support to all people in our community. This extends from our colleagues and clients to the broader community in which we live and work—whether it be through information, training, or collaboration—by doing what we do best: giving the highest level of support to presenters, so that their message can be heard.
At WordBirds, the land on which we work is unceded Gadigal land, of the Eora Nation. We benefit from living, working and creating on this occupied land each day. Our commitment to community means deeply acknowledging this privilege and paying our respect to elders past, present and emerging. We endeavour to keep our hearts and minds open to learn ways in which we can actively support First Nations people.
If you have an idea about how WordBirds can support community, please contact us.
WordBirds is proud to be involved in Charity Bounce’s Rising Stars career mentoring program, helping to transition young people from High School into the work force. Rising Stars inspires positive change to overcome disadvantage for individuals and communities, with a focus on education and employment outcomes for young people.
For more information about Charity Bounce, click here.
33 Creative is a First Nations Media, Communications and Events Company that works to change heart and minds, and empower communities, through storytelling and effective communication.
WordBirds is proud to have supported 33 Creative on the National NAIDOC Awards in Canberra (2019) and Melbourne (2022).
The National NAIDOC Awards is led by the National NAIDOC Committee and recognises the outstanding contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to improve the lives of people in their communities and beyond, and to promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues in the wider community.
For more information about 33 Creative, click here.
(Image courtesy of National NAIDOC Committee)
Blackroo Indigenous Community Corporation (BCIC), founded by Steve Fordham, a proud Kamillaroi man and the recipient of NSW Young Achiever of the Year 2020, is focused on inspiring real change in the business and wider community by developing meaningful ways to help Close the Gap.
BCIC’s initiatives include training programs and corporate manufacture to develop skills, training and education and mentorship for Indigenous incarcerated men, reconciliation action plan corporate partnerships, and charity work focused on community change. WordBirds is a proud supporter of Blackroo. For more information about Blackroo click here.