Agent99 Order-In a new client

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
Agent99 has grown its stable of clients this week with the addition of corporate catering hub Order-In.
 
The Order-In service allows companies to connect with a wide range of catering outfits through a seamless and convenient interface.
 
Agent99 will work to educate Australians on what Order-In has to offer, and position the company as a leading name in corporate catering. That process begins with a strategic campaign of media and influencer outreach and activations as well as calendar occasions and company milestones.
 
Order-In managing director Jonathan Rowley said that he is looking to leverage every possible public awareness opportunity with the help of Agent99, as the company enters a new phase of growth.
 
“We are looking forward to a partnership with Agent99 that’s underpinned by passion for the new opportunities that lie ahead that will build on the great successes we have achieved so far,” said Rowley.
 
Agent99 director, Sharon Zeev Poole said: “It is an exciting time for Order-In and we are eager to connect with audiences through out of the box thinking and clever activations.  Agent99 and Order-In have a thing or two in common, and that’s being pioneering, clever, and outcomes focused. We are looking forward to the journey ahead.”

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