The Hallway Snares Commercial Real Estate Giant Dexus

The Hallway Snares Commercial Real Estate Giant Dexus

Dexus, one of Australia’s most innovative commercial real estate groups, with $26.5 billion of assets under management, has appointed independent creative agency The Hallway.

The Hallway’s remit includes brand strategy, advertising, marketing, digital and media buying services.

Named as one of Australia’s most innovative companies by the AFR, Dexus manages a high quality Australian property portfolio with 1.8 million square metres of office workspace across 55 properties. The company is Australia’s number 1 office partner and a Top 50 entity by market capitalisation listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

Dexus head of marketing, Raechelle Inman: “We’re a premium brand with a diverse portfolio, requiring an agency partner that is as well versed in brand strategy and creative as they are in effective business an consumermarket insights and communications.

“We’re looking forward to kicking big goals with Simon, Jules and the Hallway team.”

“We’re delighted to be partnering with Dexus,” said The Hallway ECD & partner Simon Lee (bottom right of photo with Hallway CEO Jules Hall).

“Driving business growth through great creativity is The Hallway’s core guiding purpose. Raechelle and her team have a big vision that we’re excited to drive and help deliver both creatively and commercially.”

The Hallway is one of Australia’s leading independent creative agencies with offices in Sydney and Melbourne and a client list that includes Google, ANZ and Primary Healthcare.




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