Abandoning the traditional agency model, NMD PR works as an extension of a client’s team and only represents one sector leader at a time.
The agency hand-picks businesses that are breaking the mould, disrupting their field and are reputable industry leaders with a strong purpose.
Based in Sydney, NMD PR works swiftly, creatively, and to tight deadlines. Clients from Sydney, Melbourne and Perth are heavily involved throughout the PR process.
Having worked as a journalist and director at leading PR firms for more than ten years, founder Nancy McDonald wanted to create a PR consultancy that was unlike anything else in the marketplace.
McDonald said: “One of the things I’m most proud of about NMD PR is there’s no copy paste, or cookie cutter approach to how we advise our clients.
“We really give a shit about delivering measurable outcomes for the businesses we represent. Each of our clients has a purpose and we choose clients based on our relationship and connection with the founder.
“No day is the same. We might kick off an Equity Crowdfunding campaign, provide media advice on an IPO, launch a new model or device, support an international company to enter the Australian market, or create a world first for our travel client.
“For every client we create a personalised strategy that applies a wealth of knowledge. Each time it is vastly different. We value the media and work with them on every story to meet their deadlines and expectations. We place tremendous value on exclusives and we encourage our clients to think the same.”
This week, NMD PR will celebrate its client Equitise, Australia’s leading Equity Crowdfunding platform being named as Equity Crowdfunding Platform of the year at the FINNIES. They will also launch international delivery tech platform VROMO’s arrival into Australia, and promote foreign strategic investment for neo bank disruptor Douugh.
NMD PR clients include Hyundai, The Bali Bible, TRAVLR, Equitise, WeDispatch, Quad IQ, Slipstream, VROMO, Douugh, 33 Bondi and Direct Injections Technologies, to name a few.