Australian content and inbound marketing agency, Curated Content has officially opened the doors to its Los Angeles office. The news comes only weeks after announcing the launch of its Hong Kong office, following the acquisition of foundation client, Marriott International, via Curated Content’s visual analytics brand, Datalabs.
Curated Content, headquartered in Melbourne Australia, and with offices in Sydney, and Hong Kong, views the extension of its network as a key pillar shoring up its ability to focus its content, inbound marketing and visual analytics capabilities squarely on the Asia-Pacific region.
As a key partner of global inbound marketing platform, HubSpot, Curated Content offers seamless and scalable marketing automation solutions for clients all over the world, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
Curated Content’s expertise in content strategy, visual and written content and distribution services, is complimented by Datalab’s suite of data visualisation and analytics products. Together, playing in the content and data space, Curated Content and Datalabs offer one of Australia’s most robust and comprehensive end-to-end service models.
Heading up Curated Content’s Los Angeles office will be Adam Wiggins in the role of head of strategy. Wiggins will work closely with Curated Content’s digital marketing manager, Julia Gumbleton, a former digital strategist at Australian Radio Network, who will work out of the Melbourne office.
“Adam’s specialist inbound marketing skills and experience first impressed us when he was our client. When the opportunity came to bring him on board, we absolutely jumped on it. Adam is thrilled to be back home in the states doing what he loves in a market he knows very well. With Julia’s experience and digital marketing skills added to the mix, they make for an impressive duo,” Curated Content co-founder and MD Cath Pope said.
“Our company’s focus on the Asia-Pacific region represents exciting opportunities and has always been our goal since the get-go. Our data-driven approach to content and inbound marketing, and the capability to analyse and report on those efforts using Datalabs’ range of beautiful visual reporting products is great news for clients looking for absolute transparency and detailed insights into their marketing efforts.”