Slingshot Wins Australian Pork Media Account

Slingshot Wins Australian Pork Media Account
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Independent full-service media agency Slingshot has announced in has won the Australian Pork account for media strategy, data strategy, media planning and buying, following a competitive pitch.

Australian Pork is the national representative body for Australian pig producers, which is best known to most Australians for its ‘Get some Pork on your Fork’ campaigns.

Peter Haydon, general manager of marketing at Australian Pork, said: “We have great evidence that increased sales of pork are highly correlated with our advertising activity.

“We have made this move because we want to be a bigger presence in our consumers’ minds. We believe that the integration of creative, data and media is the change we need to make now, to accelerate future proofing.

“We also like the depth and freedom of thought that Slingshot have demonstrated.”

Slingshot CEO Simon Rutherford said: “Winning any new business in a pitch situation is special, but we are really excited about winning the pork business. They operate in a very competitive category and are doing some interesting work creatively.

“As the media landscape continues to change, Pork really felt there were opportunities both for greater alignment between creative and media and to leverage more from their data. We can help them with that.”

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