Deepend wins seven new clients including BeyondBlue

Deepend wins seven new clients including BeyondBlue

EXCLUSIVE: Digital communications agency Deepend has won a haul of seven new accounts including BeyondBlue and Hardie Grant.

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The agency has also snagged government work with Artbank, as well as work for the Melbourne Convention Bureau, the Australian Centre of the Moving Image (ACMI),  Amaze (Autism Victoria) and Crohn’s and Colitis.

The majority of the new clients are Melbourne-based including ACMI, which is located at Federation Square, as well as Beyond Blue, Hardie Grant, the Melbourne Convention Bureau, Amaze and Crohn’s and Colitis, which is headquartered in Hawthorn.

Deepend is now responsible for BeyondBlue’s workplace depression project after completing a competitive tender process.

The agency has designed a digital tool for the project which aims to educate business leaders on the impacts of depression and anxiety in the workplace.

For the ACMI Deepend will create a new website and develop its digital offerings.

The Artbank win will see the agency help the government organisation with their marketing strategy and support their social media presence, with the aim of creating a more conversational tone.

Kath Blackham, managing director Deepend, said: “We’re delighted to be working with not only some great names but some worthwhile causes. These new clients are fascinating to work with as they are interested in exploring the digital landscape and are keen to discover new technologies and services that will further connect them to the wider public they serve.

“At Deepend we are eager to partner with them in such endeavours and look forward to positively invigorating their causes and projects, just like we do with our other clients.”