Tech specialist agency, BENCH PR, today announced it has added both 90 Seconds Australia (pictured) and Fluent Retail to its client portfolio.
90 Seconds, the cloud video production platform and marketplace, recently opened offices in Sydney and Melbourne, following its recent AU$10 million funding injection from Sequoia Capital. The online marketplace connects brands and their agencies with video creative professionals such as videographers, directors, editors, producers, animators, drone operators and photographers in over 87 countries.
Tim Norton, founder and CEO, 90 Seconds, said, “We selected BENCH PR for their experience with fast-growth companies launching in Australia and their track record of working with companies such as Vend and Xero. We’ve got big plans for Australia and are impressed with what they’ve achieved so far for us.”
Fluent Retail, omni-channel fulfillment platform, launched last year and is attracting strong interest from the retail sector counting Woolworths, Big W, Samsung, Oroton, EBay, Nine West, Bras N Things, French Connection, Ezibuy and Top Shop among its customers.
Graham Jackson, CEO, Fluent Retail, added, “It was without hesitation that I appointed BENCH PR when I joined as CEO recently. I am delighted to continue our partnership after more than four years working together at SAP Hybris.
“BENCH PR understands the unique story we want to tell and has the knowledge and connections to help us expand the business fast.”
Jocelyn Hunter, managing director of BENCH PR said, “We’re excited to be working with both 90 Seconds and Fluent Retail, two startups enjoying much success and with big plans for growth. We’re looking forward to helping these companies achieve their goals this year.”
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