Telecommunications company Optus has re-appointed Ogilvy as the integrated agency of record for its business division, extending their partnership for another three years.
The engagement encompasses a full suite of services for Optus Business, inclduing strategy, creative, social, content, PR and digital.
The announcement follows the appointment of Ogilvy as Optus’ small-to-medium business strategic and creative agency of record in May.
David Caspari, vice president of sales and marketing at Optus Business, said: “Ogilvy has worked in close collaboration with us for the last three years.
“They understand our business, the B2B landscape, and are committed to helping us challenge our status quo. They bring innovative thinking to our organisation.”
Sally Kissane, managing partner at Ogilvy Sydney, said: “We look forward to continuing our work with Optus Business and helping further establish them as network and IT solutions company for Australian businesses.
“They are constantly striving to innovate, and change the game for themselves and their customers, which aligns well with the goals we at Ogilvy have set for ourselves. So, we’re thrilled to have such a company on our roster.”
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