Deliveroo & DiDi Hand Over PR Accounts To Edelman

Deliveroo & DiDi Hand Over PR Accounts To Edelman
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Edelman Australia is on a bit of a hot streak at the moment, with the PR agency welcoming two more clients to its stable.

Online food delivery company Deliveroo has engaged Edelman for its corporate communications and public affairs needs in the Australian market.

Additionally, mobile transportation platform DiDi has appointed Edelman to provide corporate and brand communications support.

The wins come after Edelman Australia was recently appointed by Dubai Tourism to take ownership of the destination’s overarching communications strategy for Australia.

Edelman’s retained mandate for Dubai Tourism encompasses earned media, influencer engagement and management, brand partnerships and integrated creative campaigns.

The focus of all communications activity is to position Dubai as a world-leading tourism destination and commercial hub with a focus on stop-over tourism, whilst increasing awareness of Dubai to Australian audiences.

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