Melbourne-based digital agency Get Started is set to shake up the landscape of digital agencies specialising in the Kentico CMS in Australia, with the opening of an office in Sydney next week.
The Kentico Gold Partner agency will officially open its Sydney CBD office on Wednesday 4 May in response to high demand for Kentico-based websites. The decision to open the Barrack Street address follows the agency’s acquisition of several high-profile Sydney-based clients, including Fred Hollows, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and the ASX-listed manufacturer and distributor of resins, Nuplex Industries Ltd.
“We’re very excited to announce the opening of our new office in Sydney,” said Get Started managing director Adam Griffith. “We’re seeing real growth in the take-up of the Kentico CMS, including recent Melbourne wins like Crown Casino. Sydney is the biggest Kentico market in Australia, so it makes sense for the leading Kentico agency to service that market directly. This expansion will allow us to better serve our Sydney-based clients, including long-standing brands like Doyle’s Restaurant.”
The fast-growing agency will open with a small number of Sydney-based employees but will be looking to expand its Sydney team over the coming months. “We see Sydney as a great pool for new talent so we will definitely be looking to bring some more Sydney-based members into the team in the future,” said Get Started CEO, Marty Drill.
Get Started has been working with Kentico since 2008 and has built more than 250 websites on the platform. The agency’s development team is led by Asia Pacific’s only Kentico MVP, Andy Thompson.
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