Digital services agency Zuni has picked up two clients: Macquarie University Campus Life and Teacher’s Health Fund.
After a pitch featuring several agencies, Macquarie University Campus Life has appointed Zuni to assist it in using digital channels to increase their engagement with students and use of key campus services.
“Zuni’s strong credentials in the education space, as well as their complete focus on digital strategy were very impressive, and their robust approach and clear understanding of our challenges made them the perfect partner for this project,” said Cindy Hoad, general manager, sport & recreation at the Uni.
Teachers Health Fund (THF), a national Australian private health insurer, have partnered with Zuni to develop a digital customer acquisition strategy to optimise their existing digital activity.
“With the aim to provide a better service to our new and existing members we realised we need to get far more out of our digital channels. We identified Zuni as the partner to work with us. Their team of experts will help us create the right approach whilst working side-by-side with us during implementation,” said Kate Talty, chief marketing officer.
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