In 1963, John Cameron launched Camerons Envelopes to the public. Starting out as a simple envelope manufacturer and supplier, John built the business from the ground up, growing it into The Camerons Group – an industry leader in paper based direct mail.
A proudly family owned and operated business; John worked alongside his three sons, Gary, Ross and Clark. With Gary and Ross Cameron now retired, Clark Cameron heads The Camerons Group as the current CEO, and he in turn works alongside his children, Troy and Sarah – resulting in three generations of Camerons’ within the company. John Cameron lived to see his legacy handed down until sadly passing away in early 2014, at the amazing age of 95. He was an amazing and incredibly dedicated man who was extremely well respected by both current and past employees.
This Australian company is fortunate enough to have several staff members who have been a part of the fold for over 30 years. This is a telling reflection of The Camerons’ Group ability to ensure staff feel like they are also an important part of the family.
Not only does Camerons have a loyal employee base, but they also have a strong customer base with a number of major national brands. Boasting partnerships with The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Australian Government (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme), Australian Electoral Office, Readers Digest and Horizon Print Media, The Camerons Group has built a reputable name within the printing and direct mail industry. The Camerons Group’s ability to develop such deep customer relationships is a tribute to the management and ownership stability.
With over 50 years’ in the direct mail industry, The Camerons Group is proud of its ability to facilitate and support any business in its printing and mail needs.
With a dedication to product development, combined with a unique range of processing capabilities, The Camerons Group are able to meet specific customer requirements with innovative and tailored products and services.
We are the specialists in paper based direct marketing.