Six-year old boutique PR firm Megan Rose Management is undergoing a rebrand to reflect its growing client base and reach across the ditch into New Zealand.
As of February 1 this year Megan Rose Management will trade as Connect PR.
The rebrand is to communicate the public relation agency's growth, having launched in 2008 as an entertainment based boutique agency it is now a full service PR firm with clients in various industries.
Megan Rose (pictured), director of the newly badged Connect PR, said: “Our business is growing and I wanted a business name that reflected that and all that we do. We are more than just a full service PR firm. Everything we do for our clients is about connecting them – with brands, celebrities, media and of course the consumer.
“PR isn’t just about getting out a message, it is being creative and breaking through the clutter and making real connections.”
The agency works with clients from a range of industries including entertainment, lifestyle, hospitality, children’s properties, furniture, homewares and FMCG.
Alongside traditional media services the shop offers event, sponsorships and social media management as well as celebrity seeding, B2B communications, television product placement, digital content production and more.
The agency’s new logo and website were created by Lamrock designs.
Clients include Zanui.com.au, Bells at Killcare, CinemaLive, Showtime Entertainment (NZ), Spartan Race Australia and more.
Before forming her own firm in 2008 Rose held senior PR positions at Turner Entertainment Network’s Asia where she managed PR for Cartoon Network in the Asia Pacific Region, Sony Music and Network Ten.