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Kreate Announces Three New Client Wins

Kreate Announces Three New Client Wins
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Boutique marketing, events and PR agency Kreate has announced the addition of three new clients to its roster.

Continuing the agency’s expertise in the tourism and retail space, Kreate has been engaged by West Hotel Sydney, the Collins Street Precinct Group (CSPG) and Ted’s Cameras.

The newly finished West Hotel is the first Curio Collection by Hilton in Australia. Kreate will oversee PR, social media, media relations and campaign activations for the hotel with a focus on its continued growth as a major player in Sydney.

For CSPG, Kreate will focus on the re-launch of the company’s brand, including overseeing PR, social media content, photography and campaign activations.

These recent wins have seen Kreate’s team expand with additions to the team in Sydney and Melbourne, and follows the agency’s management buyout by in-house staff in February this year.

Since that time, the agency has focused on expanding and continuing to grow their integrated public relations and communications offering.

Dylan Reed (pictured above, far right), CEO of Kreate, said: “It’s an exciting time for the Kreate PR and communications team with these high-profile clients adding to our client roster.

“We’re really looking forward to continuing to bring our expertise in the tourism, destination marketing and retail space to help grow our new clients’ businesses.”

Kreate has also renewed its contract with Hilton’s two Fijian properties, Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa and DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Fiji – Sonaisali Island. Kreate continues to provide ongoing PR services for both in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

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