Ward6, a Sydney communications ad agency, has won the Southern Sun business after a competitive pitch.
The Southern Sun group consists of 19 skin cancer clinics in New South Wales and Queensland, as well as a pathology business.
It was a strategic and creative pitch with a focus on digital. The agency will commence work on the new campaign immediately.
“This is a strong business and it’s an important one for Australia, given our high rates of skin cancer,” said Ward6 CEO Stuart Black. “It was a dream brief and taps into our expertise in health and wellness.”
The new business win is the agency’s fourth for 2015 and comes at the same time as its 8th birthday celebrations.
“We’re happy and proud that after eight years we can be opening doors to new companies and creating fresh and distinctive work. Hopefully for Ward6 the best is yet to come,” Black concludes.
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