UNITED COLOURS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

Written on the 20 November 2014

UNITED COLOURS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

PUBLIC relations heavyweight Red Agency will merge with Brisbane-based agency Graymedia to expand its reach in Queensland.

Graymedia was established in 2009 and is expected to introduce key resources in health, mining, tourism, education, sport, technology and finance.

Red Agency Australia and Havas PR Asia Pacific managing director James Wright says it’s a strategic investment to develop the company’s presence in the city.

“Our Brisbane office has always been a very tidy operation, but the introduction of Graymedia will help scale up and increase our footprint,” Wright says.

“From the outset there has been an alignment of ideas and approach from both agencies. We are forward-thinking companies with a strong creative slant, a focus on attention to detail and a commitment to evolving the role PR can play for our clients.”

Graymedia owner and founder Yasmine Gray will lead Red Agency Brisbane and report to Wright.

“We have always been very proud to be a Queensland born and bred company that has focused on quality and results,” Gray says.

“Now, together with Red Agency, we have a fantastic opportunity to grow and develop. The future for us all is very bright.”

Red Agency has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.


Latest News

APOLLO REVS UP ITS RESULTS

APOLLO Tourism & Leisure (ASX: ATL) has hit its profit forecast in its maiden result as a publicly traded company...

JASMINE YARBROUGH AND TAMIE INGHAM TAKE MARA & MINE TO HOLLYWOOD

MARA & MINE entrepreneurs Jasmine Yarbrough and Tamie Ingham (pictured left and right respectively) slipped in...

HUGE PROFIT SPIKE FOR HELLOWORLD HEALS MERGER WOUNDS

HELLOWORLD (ASX: HLO) gripped the share market this morning after its announcement of a whopping 880 per cent increas...

PROFIT DROP AT SERVCORP

SERVICED office company Servcorp has seen its profit fall, citing New York City, Singapore and Saudi Arabia as the pr...

Related News

WHY EMPLOYEE-OWNED COMPANIES ARE BEATING ASX200 SHARE PRICES

EMPLOYEE-owned companies command a higher share price than their publicly listed peers, reaping a 17 per cent prem...

RISE OF THE MACHINES HAS WORKERS SWEATING

UP TO 3.8 million Australian workers are fearful their job may soon be terminated by a robot, a new survey has shown....

LESS TALK, MORE SMALL BUSINESS ACTION IN 2017

THE future growth and prosperity of Australian SMEs could be undermined if governments lose sight of the sector...

TEST DRIVE A POST GRAD AT BOND

THERE'S only one way to really move your career into the fast lane, says Bond University, and 'test driving...

Contact us

Email News Update Sign Up Contact Details
Subscriptions

PO Box 2087
Brisbane QLD 4001

LoginTell a FriendSign Up to Newsletter