Brisbane-based independent Moonlighting which is helmed by Ian Warner and Julie Maher, has won the media for jewellery businesses Wallace Bishop and Hardy Brothers account from incumbent agency Carat.
Moonlighting attributes the win to the agency’s personalised approach, speed-to-market, and their ability, despite its small team, to match and beat any media rates in town.
Virginia Bishop, Wallace Bishop group marketing manager said that the decision to appoint Moonlighting was based on the unrivalled experience of the team.
“Ian and Julie’s industry knowledge and commitment to quality execution was evident from the beginning. We love that we work with the agency’s most experienced operators each and every day and that, regardless of the agency’s size, our rates are more competitive than ever,” Bishop said.
The Wallace Bishop win follows a string of new appointments for the Moonlighting team including Cairns Aquarium, Lutheran Care and CPL, formerly the Cerebral Palsy League.
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