Digital Agency Firefly360 Celebrates Five New Account Wins

Digital Agency Firefly360 Celebrates Five New Account Wins
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A steady stream of national account wins is positioning creative and technology agency Firefly360 for a big year of growth as it undertakes a range of strategy, data projects and campaigns.

The fast-growing digital agency has recently added a number of major brands to its account roster.

Mrs Mac’s has appointed Firefly360 as its national social media agency to position the business strategically as a great Australian food company providing quality tasty products in stores and other outlets across Australia.

The West Coast Eagles have asked the Firefly360 team to undertake a strategic review of their data, loyalty and activation capability in order to define opportunities to personalise digital experiences for fans at Optus Stadium, at home and on digital platforms.

National independent supermarket group Foodworks has appointed Firefly360 to undertake a national strategic digital review of its growing digital and e-commerce presence across over 500 stores in all states and territories.

National mortgage broking group AFG has appointed Firefly360 to develop a specific digital strategy to attract more brokers to its Australian network.

And leading property and construction group Pindan has appointed Firefly 360 to work on social media campaigns for major developments in Queensland and Western Australia, including Mahala (Queensland), Plaza Central (Queensland), Haven Ridgewood (WA) and Botanica Canning Vale (WA).

Firefly360 managing director Andrew Mathwin (pictured above) said the agency was making rapid progress in expanding its reach and activities as major brands looking for a new digital agency that could give them market leading edge and insights.

“Our growing team has a wealth of international experience and we are focused on helping every client push their digital boundaries to see what’s possible and ultimately achieve and scale commercial results,” he said.

Firefly360 has national ties with Facebook and Melbourne-based media agency Nunn Media.

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