Carat Melbourne Nabs New Clients, Keeps AustralianSuper And Dairy Divisions

Carat Melbourne Nabs New Clients, Keeps AustralianSuper And Dairy Divisions

Carat Melbourne’s has kicked off the first quarter of 2016 by securing over $23 million in new and retained business, including contract extensions for Australia’s largest superannuation provider, AustralianSuper, Devondale Murray Goulburn, and Danone Dairy Division.

Tess Murphy
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Carat Melbourne’s managing director, Joseph Pardillo, said, “The retention of these key clients comes down to Carat’s commitment to delivering tangible business value beyond the scope of media alone.

“We consider ourselves very fortunate to be able to continue the great working relationship we have enjoyed to date with these market-leading brands.”

Since the beginning of the year, Carat Melbourne has also added not-for-profit organisation, Baptcare, and vaccine company, Seqirus, to their client roster.

The wins come off the back of Carat Australia being named B&T’s ‘Media Agency of the Year’ for 2015. Globally, Carat has just been ranked #1 in RECMA’s qualitative evaluation for the sixth time in the last seven reports.