Perth-based PR agency Hunter Communications has announced a list of new clients, including the 2019 Perth Fashion Festival.
The agency will be responsible for communications and media activities throughout the festival and will support the Fashion Council WA in its delivery. Hunter Communications will also be a partner for a number of the industry forums during the festival.
Hunter Communications has also been engaged as the Committee for Perth’s PR agency of record, responsible for managing the organisation’s media and communications activities. The appointment comes after the agency worked with the Committee for Perth in releasing two research reports into the reputation of Western Australia.
Additionally, Hunter Communications has been engaged by the City of Perth, City of Belmont, and the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation for corporate communications projects.
Diet brand, The Fast 800, has hired the agency to manage its national consumer-facing communications activities in the lead up to its developer, Dr Michael Mosley’s, Australian tour.
Hunter Communications managing director, Nicole Moody, said in a statement: “As we head into our fourth year we are really proud to have established a reputation as an agency that can deliver corporate communications for high profile contentious issues, right through to national consumer communications – evidenced by these latest client wins.
“We look forward to delivering ambitious campaigns that generate a positive impact for the clients we work with, and to continuing the trend of growth across the agency.”
Recently, Hunter Communications added Coles, Oporto and Keystart to its client roster.
Hunter Communications has also announced the appointment of Lisa Bradley as an account director.
Bradley joins from the City of Belmont council, where she was marketing and communications manager. She has previously worked at the City of Canning and Landgate.
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