Ikon starts 2013 with $48m boost

By Brendan Coyne | 21 January 2013
Ikon national chief executive, Dan Johns.

Ikon has bolstered its client roster to the tune of $48 million in annual billings.

Wins in Sydney include digital media for Clinique and Estee Lauder.

Bing Lee and Ego Pharmaceuticals have appointed the firm, as has Open Universities Australia.

Ikon has also landed Property group Peet's Melbourne buisiness.

In Brisbane, ERM energy, Crime Stoppers and the Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association have been added.

National chief executive Dan Johns said sustained investment in digital capabilities had helped secure the new business for the STW-owned firm.

"It bodes well for the year ahead," he said.

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