Sydney-based strategic integrated communications agency, Zadro, has moved to the next level; due to the business expansion, they are commencing a new chapter in their growth by relocating to a bigger, better and brighter office space in Surry Hills.
Felicity Zadro, managing director, Zadro, says the move is indicative of the way the agency has flourished since its inception eight years ago.
“When we moved to our town house in Commonwealth Street, back in 2011, we had six staff. Four-and-a-half years later, we’re bursting at the seams. Our team has more than doubled in size, to 15 staff, and we’ve seen a monumental growth in our clients, working with more than 66 clients in 2015,” said Zadro.
Zadro’s evolution has seen the agency complete work with various high profile clients, including Westpac, Big W, CeBIT and CeMAT Australia, the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meeting Expo (AIME) and the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS).
“It is a testament to the outstanding achievements our team has accomplished over the past few years that we have literally outgrown our old address. Our completely integrated approach to marketing and communications – including our own in-house design studio working alongside our accounts team – allows us to go above and beyond for our clients.
“The office move is the next step in Zadro’s journey as we prepare to tackle all the new and exciting challenges that lie ahead,” said Zadro.
Zadro specialises in strategic communications, public relations, marketing, digital and social media, design, employer branding, internal communications and customer insights services.
The agency works across a variety of industries which include meetings and events, business tourism, finance, technology, construction, infrastructure and associations.
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