More accounts come Red Agency’s way

By Jonas Lopez in Marcoms News on

Red Agency logoThe Red Agency’s Brisbane division has landed a fresh pack of client wins.

For the retail market, the agency has been tasked to do social media, influencer and PR work for leading jeweller Wallace Bishop, plus social media, events and influencer duty for white goods maker Beko.

In the pharmacy sphere, PR and crisis communications work awaits Red Agency in handling the accounts of Chemist King and Pharmasave.

The team will run PR for Taxi Council Queensland and engage stakeholders for Le Cordon Bleu Australia’s Brisbane branch on Colchester St.

“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,” said Red Agency executive director Yasmine Gray.

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