Red Agency Announces Six New Business Wins For Brisbane Office

Red Agency Announces Six New Business Wins For Brisbane Office

PR, social and experiential firm Red Agency has announced a stack of new client wins for its Brisbane office.

Red Agency has picked up duties for national jewellers Wallace Bishop, managing social media, influencer engagement and PR for the brand. This is the first time the brand has given all disciplines to one agency, wanting to bring their communications needs under one banner.

European white goods manufacturer Beko has appointed Red Agency to handle all of its PR and social media, events and influencer, and ambassador management.

Red Agency has also been appointed by national pharmacy brands Chemist King and Pharmasave, which come off the back of the team’s work with Discount Drug Stores. The agency will be responsible for managing PR and crisis communications.

Culinary school Cordon Bleu has chosen Red Agency to manage PR and work long-term with its key stakeholders, including TAFE, which houses the school on its premises at Southbank.

Following its work with the Australian Taxi Industry Association, Red Agency has also won the contract to look after the state-based organisation for Taxi Council Qld.

Commenting on the wins, Red Agency Brisbane’s executive director, Yasmine Gray, said: “I couldn’t be more thrilled with the client wins coming through our doors in the last couple of months. It’s been a focus for us to expand our consumer credentials.

“Our team has grown significantly over the last few months and now we can’t wait to kick off some amazing campaigns with these market-leading brands.”




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