Sydney-based PR and social agency Poem has announced it has won four new clients following another strong year of growth.
The four clients are Property NSW (The Rocks and Darling Harbour), Fantastic Furniture, Ovolo Hotels and Purpose (a conference on purpose-driven business).
Poem co-founder Matt Holmes said: “We’ve hit a nerve with clients who are fed up with the traditional agency model and excited by our hybrid approach between that of a PR and creative agency.
“Not only are we attracting like-minded brands looking to deliver interesting integrated work that drives business results, but brilliant talent and specialist consultants so that we can provide the right team for every client brief.”
Poem co-founder Rob Lowe added: “We’ve really hit our straps in the last year, finding a strong balance between publicity, social and more creative, content-led work.”
The agency was also a finalist at last year’s B&T Awards.
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