Welcome to JYancey HQ
My name’s Jeremy – I blog about all things marketing, tech, business, and cybersecurity. I do this for fun and because these things interest me.
My background’s in marketing and corporate communications, and for the last 10+ years I’ve been helping big companies connect and engage with their employees, customers and influencers. To do this, I have to create compelling content that resonates and drives action. I pride myself on turning boring (often technical) information into something people can relate to.
Prior to working life, I studied media and communications at Macquarie University and graduated with a Bachelor of Media degree. I didn’t learn a lot from the degree itself, but the experience introduced me to some new ways of thinking. I also got to drink a lot of beer. Good times.
After developing a keen interest in commercial radio at uni, I packed up my Subaru station wagon and headed off to a regional town called Moree in north west NSW. I spent my time here talking sh*t between songs, trying to be witty and entertaining, and taking advantage of $10 steak nights on Wednesdays. About a year or so later, I packed up the car again with as much as I could and headed to my second radio gig in Muswellbrook (Hunter Valley, NSW). Despite moving to bigger markets and having a larger audience, the pay didn’t seem to change much. I wanted more – it was time to pivot.
I moved back to Sydney and started working in corporate communications for Thales – a French defence and technology company. Working under the wise guidance of Libby Noble, I learned the ropes across several disciplines – from event management to employee engagement, media relations, marketing and more. She’s still a hero to me and a great friend.
After a while, I found I had a knack for writing – more so, writing stuff that people could understand and relate to. I could translate information into content that meant something, and inspired people to take action. I’ve been doing this ever since, and I love it.
In 2016, I wrote my first book, which you can checkout on Goodreads…
I won’t bore you with any more about my career history – you can view my LinkedIn profile for this stuff.
I’m adding new content to the blog as often as possible (and as much as I can fit in with family life), so be sure to check back from time to time.
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That’s it for now.