Digital services agency Zuni has picked up four new diverse clients including publisher Random House and the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC).
Random House is looking to supplement its digital output, including social media, whilst the AHRC picked them after a tender process to develop digital strategy for its anti-racism campaign.
Other new business includes the Australian Institute of Company Directors which needed to improve its digital engagement strategy, and Top Gear, makers of collectable toy cars, which wanted to develop its digital ecommerce offering.
The additional business has seen three new hires to the strategy team.
Mike Zeederberg, managing director, said “It’s exciting to start the year off with some amazing projects and clients, and our model of providing clients with top class digital strategy and planning across all digital areas, which can easily integrate with their existing production arrangements is appealing to a number of different businesses.”