After 17 and a half years Brisbane-based, brand, strategy and communications agency made4media, has evolved and changed its name to M4M Agency.
Taking the time during COVID-19 to define its services and showcase the growth it has experienced since 2003, the name has changed but the brandmark remains the same.
M4M Agency’s Founder and Managing Director, Rebecca Pini (pictured), said: “COVID-19 has seen huge shifts in our industry. It was a great time for us to sit down as an agency and work on ourselves during lockdown. This allowed us to stay connected as a team and also really spell out the diverse range of skills and expertise we have grown to offer as a full-service agency over the last 17 and a half years.
“It’s important for us, moving forward, that we no longer label ourselves with the traditional term ‘media’ as it doesn’t encompass all that we offer in the digital age.”
Working with a large range of clients nationally from small business through to ASX listed organisations across diverse industries including entertainment, retail, hospitality, government, council, energy and mining, as well as owning popular online women’s publication SheSociety, M4M Agency is excited for the evolution of the company and where the future of brand, strategy and communications is heading.
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