AJF wrestles IG from London

AJF wrestles IG from London
Independent Melbourne agency AJF Partnership has won IG’s advertising account following a competitive pitch.

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The account was previously managed out of London with AJF the first Australian agency to work with the business which is a provider of CFDs or contracts for difference.

Meagan Wilson, marketing manager for IG, said: “We are delighted to partner with AJF Partnership. They demonstrated a great understanding of our business that was evident in their presentations and we look forward to working with a team with their creative ability.”

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