BMF secures 1.8m government creative project

Josh McDonnell
By Josh McDonnell | 14 May 2018

BMF has been appointed to a creative project by The Australian Government’s Department of Jobs and Small Business.

The $1.87 million contract is set to run for a little more than 12 months. No detail around what the contract entails has been released.

AdNews contact BMF for comment but the agency declined.

The news comes as a relief for BMF, which lost Football Federation of Australia (FFA) as a client earlier this year. It is currently pitching its creative and media accounts.

BMF most recently promoted creative director Alex Derwin to lead the agency's creative team, following the departure of Cam Blackley.

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