Sydney independent full-service agency This is Flow has added 1800-GOT-JUNK? to its growing portfolio of clients.
1800-GOT-JUNK? is a global full-service junk removal businesses, operating in major cities in Australia and across Canada and the United States, removing rubbish from homes and businesses.
The company has grown to 158 locations across three countries and in keeping with its environmental goals to divert items from the landfill, donate the donatables and recycle the recyclables wherever possible.
This Is Flow was appointed as the company's Australian media agency following collaboration with overseas holding group MDC Partners, who own Assembly, Gale Agency and local creative agency 72andSunny.
The agency was invited to present to the 1800-GOT-JUNK? head office in Canada, alongside local state franchise partners.
The account includes the planning and buying of media for each franchise partner across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Perth, who had previously bought media directly.
“We’re focused on growing the 1800-GOT-JUNK? business in the Australian market and we're seeing great momentum so This is Flow has come on at a perfect time," 1800-GOT-JUNK? marketing director Renée Janzen says.
"They're made up of a team of passionate media experts who understand the local landscape and have been incredible at integrating our strategy with their recommendations. We’re already seeing the benefits of this partnership six months in and are confident in their ability to support us in achieving our goals going forward."
This Is Flow CEO Jimmy Hyett says the agency is thrilled to be working with a successful global business.
“We see the passion from the franchise partners on the ground, all the way through to the head office in Vancouver and it's incredible to see just how professional and exciting the junk removal business can be," Hyett says.
"With multiple stakeholders and time zones to manage, the team has done an incredible job to deliver responsive plans that align with the 1800-GOT-JUNK? strategic priorities."
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