We’re built for a fast changing and fragmented media landscape, where brands need to earn a place in people’s lives by being useful or interesting, in order to be heard.
It’s about being more human.
We put PR thinking and social media strategy at the beginning of the creative process and develop ideas for brands that cut through the white noise; ideas that have news value and social currency at the core.
The results are greater business outcomes on more efficient budgets.
Publicity and media relations
Events and experiential
PR and social led creative ideas
Social strategy and targeting
Social community management
Matt is passionate about innovative integrated work that works. He has 15 years PR, social media and experiential experience, having worked on global and local campaigns at Cake and Freud Communications in London, plus One Green Bean in Sydney, before co-founding Poem in 2015. His campaigns have been recognised by over a dozen awards at the likes of Cannes Lions, AWARD Awards, Effies and Spikes Asia.
Rob believes in the power of creating ideas supported by paid, owned and earned media. He worked at Freud Communications in London and One Green Bean in Sydney before founding Eleven PR in 2011, part of the Whybin TBWA Group. During its first three years, the agency won Mumbrella, Campaign Asia and The Holmes Report Australasian PR Agency of the Year, plus three Gold Cannes PR Lions and Creative Effectiveness at Spikes Asia.
Mumbrella Emerging Agency
Of The Year Finalist 2016
Holmes Report New Asia-Pacific
PR Consultancy Of The Year Finalist 2016
CommsCon Boutique Agency
of the Year Finalist 2016
CommsCon Launch Campaign of the Year 2017 Winner
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