The new Sydney branch of UK partnership marketing agency Silverbean has just landed several new accounts, including premium male’s fashion retailer M.J. Bale and innovative period pants label Modibodi amongst other Australian brands.
All partnerships have a strong focus on growth and budget maximisation within the local Australian market. Silverbean will also be supporting two clients with aggressive international expansion plans across Europe and the USA.
Silverbean associate director Australia Annabel Gray [feature image left] said the agency has been pleased with the response it’s received since launching services here.
“Our Australian office has only been operational for a short time, and to be working with some of the most iconic and fastest-growing brands in Australia is testament to the appetite of Australian retailers to embrace the full potential of their affiliate strategy,” she said.
“On average we see a revenue increase of 40 per cent within the first three months for our clients, and with the right strategies in place we’re confident we can see the same results here, if not more.”
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