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Naomi Ross

Naomi Ross
Naomi is a hospitality digital specialist with more than 15 years experience in branding, concept development, graphic design and digital strategy.   Naomi launched Sydney Design Social in 2013 after identifying a gap in the market for hospitality-focused digital services. She has worked with a number of notable hospitality institutions including Solotel, CUB and Campari as well as more than 100 individual venues.   Previously, she was Group Brand Manager for The Keystone Group, overseeing the brand development, execution and management of multiple venues including Cargo Bar, The Newtown Hotel, The Stables and Sweethearts Rooftop. Naomi also co-owns a pub in Surry Hills, further cementing her commitment and passion for the hospitality industry.

Recent Posts

Agency Life: The Hospitality Niche with Naomi Ross

December 12, 2022 / Naomi Ross  >

In this podcast, Clodagh Higgins from Agency Life and Naomi Ross from Distil discuss Hospitality Marketing, opening a Pub, and 2022 marketing trends.

We’ve Changed Our Name!

July 15, 2021 / Naomi Ross  >

New name, same us.

ScoMo vs Zuckerberg

February 19, 2021 / Naomi Ross  >

Yesterday we woke up to the breaking news that Facebook had blocked us from reading and sharing local and international news, with a bunch of other non-news pages getting caught up in Facebook’s move (including our own Sydney Design Social page!).

The Perfect Graphic Design Portfolio

January 27, 2021 / Naomi Ross  >

Design portfolios are a chance to show off your skills, quality of work, work style and personality… i.e. your BRAND! How do you stand out amongst the noise?

Post COVID-19: The Other Side

May 6, 2020 / Naomi Ross  >

As restrictions across Australia begin to ease and we enter the next phase of the pandemic, hospitality venues & the teams that work with them, begin to look ahead to what success looks like on the other side.