Communications and PR agency, Agent99 has welcomed a number of clients to their stable.
Highlighting Agent99’s thought leadership capabilities, the agency has been tasked with executing a trade event in Sydney for BBC Global News that will further strengthen client relationships locally.
Also within the B2B space, the agency has signed one of Australia’s leading e-commerce event, Online Retailer Conference & Expo.
Agent99 will profile a range of high-profile international and local speakers and exhibitors, engage relevant media at the event, and raise awareness for their leading retail awards program, the ORIAS.
Online Retailer Conference & Expo marketing manager, Charlotte Michalanney said: “It’s been a pleasure to work with Agent99 over a number of years, and we look forward to continuing this relationship.
“We’re always impressed with their results-driven attitude and ability to exceed set KPIs.”
Within the agency’s second area of speciality (the consumer lifestyle space, with emphasis on food, beverage and entertainment brands), Agent99 will promote and drive ticket sales for the upcoming national road show, “The Murders of Tupac and Biggie – A night with Greg Kading”, born from the popular Netflix series, ‘Unsolved’.
Kading was one of the lead LAPD detectives on the investigative task force for these murders and will share the truth, detail and real story behind them.
Nunanboy Promotions’ Nick Nunan, who is the Creator and MC of the show said: “We’re very excited to partner with Agent99 for this project as Australia is the first country we’re launching the concept before we take it to other international markets.
“We look forward to the journey ahead.”
Agent99 founder and director, Sharon Zeev Poole (featured image) said: “It’s a testament to our team that we have finished the end of this year on such a strong note.
“We’ve been highly focused on growing our two expert areas, and these wins reflect this.
“We’re very excited by what’s to come in 2019-2020.”