Strategic communications and engagement agency DEC PR is celebrating three new account wins spanning the healthcare, finance and technology sectors.
Following a competitive tender process, DEC has been appointed as a PR and communications partner to Reckitt Benckiser (RB) Australia.
As part of its remit with RB Australia, DEC PR will cover issues management and proactive PR campaigns across the company’s portfolio of healthcare and power brand products, including Nurofen, Dettol and Finish.
Furthermore, DEC PR is now a PR and communications partner to fixed income experts FIIG Securities.
DEC’s earned media, social and influencer marketing remit will showcase to Australian investors and the middle market the strategic role corporate bonds play in a balanced investment portfolio for FIIG Securities.
Australian data and analytics company Skyfii has also engaged DEC PR to deliver strategic communications programs in partnership with IR Department, who will lead Skyfii’s investor relations strategy.
Agata Kenna, founder and managing director of DEC PR, said:
“We proudly welcome these three successful and innovative businesses to the agency, augmenting the already hugely diverse client portfolio.
“At DEC PR, we’re in the business of helping clients grow by building brands and protecting reputations. Our strategic programs, which often comprise traditional and new world communications thinking, tightly wrap around each client’s commercial roadmap.
“But what makes our work more unique and impactful is that the creative and planning process for each client is informed by the agency’s experience across a myriad of industries and sectors, making for trailblazing initiatives. We look forward to bringing this thinking and impact to Skyfii, RB Australia and FIIG Securities.
“The agency is enjoying strong momentum right now, including a significant level of investment in the development and growth of our team, the data and technologies we use to inform and manage client programs, and shortly we will unveil our newly-expanded headquarters in Sydney.”
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