Despite the doom and gloom of COVID-19 and a flat economy, Melbourne Social Co is going from strength to strength, recently signing a range of new clients in the retail, health and tech sectors.
Of particular note is Home Guardian, a world first, patented artificial intelligence driven care assistance device created right here in Australia, allowing people to live independently for longer.
Melbourne Social Co will partner with Home Guardian to spread the message about this incredible new incident detection technology, through full-service creative and digital communications management.
Melbourne Social Co’s Director Shelley Friesen is optimistic about the digital marketing industry despite the current climate.
“Social media is now more important than ever, with more eyes on digital content than ever before, and we’re seeing this translate into increased enquiries and demand for our services.
“We feel so passionate that good quality, highly reactive digital content is key to small businesses surviving the current period, and we’re excited to help our existing and new clients to bring their communications to life online.”
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