Click Energy Switches To Agency 10 Feet Tall For Spring Campaign

A Dandelion blowing seeds in the wind.

Online energy innovator Click Energy has turned to Melbourne’s creative agency10 feet tall to launch its new spring campaign.

The brand has appointed 10 feet tall to the business based on its turn around and thinking for the new campaign.

Chris Zondanos, general manager, sales and marketing at Click Energy, said, “The fast response and quality of work impressed us. We look forward to seeing the work come to life and generating some good results.”

The new work will start to break end September, early October.

Joseph Meseha, managing director at 10 feet tall said, “After conducting a brand audit for Click Energy, we were keen to show them our thinking. The project came up and gave us the opportunity, much sooner than we anticipated. We’re now keen to get it out and getting the numbers.”

Click Energy is one of several new wins over the last few weeks, including Dairy Australia and some significant new property development projects.



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