Independent Sandbox Media announced a raft of new clients: Superluna Live, Ravenswood School for Girls, Solahart LAM Franchises (Newcastle and Pt Macquarie), Bloke in a Bar, Never Stop Group.
Managing director Paul Brennan says the wins are terrific recognition to the team headquartered on the northern beaches of Sydney.
“We pride ourselves on the deep connections we develop through the getting to know you process and in in the case of these new relationships, we are absolutely delighted to welcome them to the Sandbox family," he says.
Superluna Co-CEO’s Andy Edwards and Justin James said they're thrilled to be working with Sandbox Media.
"We feel certain that this is a partnership that is going to grow into something very special," they said.
Sandbox Media CEO Luke Sullivan also announced the agency has completed the purchase of two new offices, doubling the agency's office footprint, with a move in by August.
“We have a wonderful group of clients who have been with us for a longtime," says Sullivan.
"On top of recent wins and new team mates coming on board, we felt the time was right to cement our roots. We are maintaining a flexible three and two work week, and we have been trying to find the balance between the right size and location to suit our clients, and our teams needs.
Work flexibility and growth has meant our team now come from far and wide to enjoy the beach environment and surroundings we operate in.
"As other beachside independent agencies have discovered, it’s not mandatory to be in Surry Hills, North Sydney or the city anymore.
"Clients just want the best people and great service, which is why we have committed to our heritage of the Northern beaches, Newport.
"The new office space will give media reps and clients opportunities to work remotely, whilst giving us bigger and more flexible spaces to grow, work and collaborate. Importantly also for our team, a more contemporary office to enjoy. It’s very exciting and we are well positioned for the next chapter. It’s a time for opportunity both here in Australia, and for our business in New Zealand.”
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