Carlton & United Breweries Extend Their Relationship With MediaCom

Carlton & United Breweries Extend Their Relationship With MediaCom

Carlton & United Breweries are happy to announce they have extended their relationship with MediaCom for an additional 12 months.

The extension is in recognition of the relationship the two businesses have formed over 20 years of partnership and the willingness of MediaCom to evolve both their value and service offering at pace with Carlton & United Breweries requirements

VP of Marketing at CUB, Richard Oppy stated, “As Consumer needs become more sophisticated, Carlton & United Breweries look to their agency partnerships as well as their own internal experts to step up to the next level to ensure we more effectively connect our brands with consumers”

Brett Elliott, general manager of MediaCom Melbourne has extended on the comments said, “We are happy to once again be extending what has been a long standing and successful relationship with Carlton & United Breweries. We look forward to continuing to develop innovative solutions for some of the best brands in the country and build upon our long history of great work with an offering that suits Carlton & United Breweries evolving needs.”

MediaCom is part of WPP AUNZ, Australasia’s leading marketing content and communications group.




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