Content Creation Agency Reeton Media Expands With PR & Events

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Sydney-based media and content creation agency, Reeton Media has expanded, adding public relations and events to its list of services.

Founded by editor and journalist Sheree Mutton in 2010, Reeton Media focuses on strategic communications, copywriting and content creation for global and small businesses across the real estate, health, beauty, fashion, hospitality and tourism industries.

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“It’s a natural progression for the agency in this ever-evolving media landscape,” said Mutton.

“I’m excited by the expansion, which will benefit both our existing and new clients.

“Reeton Media is now a one-stop shop for brands looking to improve their communication channels and increase their media footprint through traditional coverage, events and activations,” she added.

In the past six months, Reeton Media has worked with the McGrath Foundation, Pink Hope, Priceline Pharmacy, AusDiagnostics and The Sebel to develop content across a multitude of platforms.

“Our reputation is built on great storytelling and content creation designed to increase audience and customer engagement; and brand awareness,” said Mutton.

“We attract these highly-successful lifestyle companies and charities because of our media relationships, communication skills and writing services that are integral to our clients’ businesses.”

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