Recent Client Press: Winter 2017

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Mercedes Benz Vans has had an exciting few months, beginning with the team announcing Australian surfing legend Mick Fanning as official ‘Friend of the Brand’ and ambassador for the newly launched X-Class ute, which is set to arrive in Australia in early 2018. The news was welcomed across Australia, with The Project, Triple M and GQ Australia covering the announcement.

Mercedes Benz Vans also teamed up with Airbnb to offer a select few the opportunity to stay on World Heritage listed Cockatoo Island in Sydney, bunking down in the Marco Polo ACTIVITY van. Renowned stylist Megan Morton decked out the vans, adding her unique style to each van. With views of the Sydney Harbor bridge in the background, Sunrise woke up on the island for their weather cross.

Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz Vans ran their second ‘Hack My Van’ competitions, where New Zealand winners, MindKits took home a brand new VITO van for their hands-on STEM learning experiences to schools. SmartCompany and 3DPrint.com thought the idea was pretty cool too.

Powershop continues to advocate against the major power companies ripping off electricity customers around Australia. CEO Ed McManus has commented on the issue, covered by the AFR and The Australian.

Touchpoint’s Chief Operating Officer Mark Thompson wrote an insightful featured for CIO Magazine exploring the future of data analytics, AI and how to deliver more consistent customer experiences with technology.

RedZed Lending Solutions announced their clever ‘Meet the Master’ competition, where one lucky small business owner or self employed individuals will have the opportunity to meet their industry guru. The prize includes return flights for the winner and a friend, four nights accommodation and $5,000 spending money - we are already envious of whoever takes home that prize!

Brandhook CEO Pip Stocks was featured in Marketing Magazine to help us understand how and why marketing agencies should be referring to the ‘digital transformation’ as a ‘marketing evolution’. Future Assembly were also covered in Marketing Magazine, as part of a feature on the changing landscape of festival marketing.