Well, 2017 was quite a year. In no particular order, here’s a small taste of some of that work.
Ikon has hired Hugh McGilligan and promoted Pia Coyle to its national team, building its strategy and media investment offers and boosting inter-office collaboration.
Ikon has bolstered the leadership ranks of its Sydney and Brisbane offices, appointing two senior media and marketing practitioners following ongoing growth in both states.
I’m not sure anyone outside of the industry, if given a chance, wouldn’t press a button to remove advertising from ever existing on the earth.
Content Strategist Vince Usher takes a look the WARC Effective Social Strategy Awards through the lens of the consumer.
Have you been wondering about cloaking, canonicals and crawlers? Ikon Communications’ SEO Manager Matt Smiles breaks it down.
I don’t know about you, but there is a huge, Great Sept of Baelor hole in my Monday night diary.
The TV landscape has almost fragmented to the point of obliteration, yet great content is still breaking through.
Communications Director Gemma Russell and Communications Executive Jake Devlin take a look at the success of GoT and other series that are still achieving must-watch status.
The purchase of Ten Network by CBS is great news for advertisers, sporting bodies and hopefully Aussie TV viewers.
WPP AUNZ’s Ikon has announced a new national structure supported by changes to its senior teams in Sydney and Brisbane, as the agency moves to take a broader, cross-city focus.
Following a competitive tender process, Ikon Group Sydney, has been awarded the media services business for Horticulture Innovation Australia’s (Hort Innovation) much loved brands including Australian Bananas, Australian Avocados, Australian Mushrooms and Aussie Apples.