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Aug 17th 2018 | 9:51am | Neil Griffiths
After five hugely-successful years, Melbourne music and events PR company Super Duper will wrap up at the end of the month.
Founded in Sydney in 2013 before relocating to Fitzroy in 2016, founder Genna Alexopoulos has worked with a number of big-name national and international acts, including Alex The Astronaut, Camp Cope, RVG and Kendrick Lamar’s huge Australian tour last month.
“I have recently identified some parts of my career that I’d like to expand on and learn more about and it’s something that I want to pursue whole-heartedly,” Alexopoulos said.
“I’m very much a creature that needs to throw themselves head first into change, so I’m going to take my first step towards that by taking some time away from day-to-day music PR.”
Before closing the doors on 31 August, Alexopoulos will continue to work on campaigns for the next fortnight with local artists such as Moonlover, Harmony and other Our Golden Friend artists.
Other campaigns led by Super Duper include Zoo Twilights at Melbourne Zoo and Taronga Zoo and the Rolling Stone Live Lodge.
Check out the Super Duper website here.