Pitch Wrap: Dentsu, Dig, Jaywing, Ryvalmedia, Tug

It is difficult to track account gains and losses in the industry. To help you know who has what, here is a summary of the locations.

Dentsu wins back Kmart
Dentsu Creative reportedly took over the advertising and creative account from Kmart after losing it to DDB in 2020.
The agency won the company, which is part of the Wesfarmers group, in a competition.

Tug wins Bluebeam pitch
Digital marketing agency Tug Sydney has been appointed by Bluebeam, a global developer of software solutions and services for the architecture and construction industries, to drive digital marketing across Asia-Pacific.

Mckenzie Partners Wins Tiger Brokers Pitch
McKenzie Partners has won fintech media account Tiger Brokers following a competition. The first campaign focuses on building brand awareness in the Australian market and establishing meaningful brand interactions, adding new account users.

Dig wins RACV pitch
Independent agency Dig has been awarded the creative account by the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) after a comprehensive pitch process.

Ryvalmedia wins the Click Frenzy pitch
E-commerce pioneer Click Frenzy has awarded its full media account to Ryvalmedia after a competitive review of the agency.
Click Frenzy, launched in 2012 by Global Marketplace, has 1.7 million members and continues to grow. The platform drives e-commerce activity in Australia for its retail partners through its annual industry-wide online mega retail events.

Jaywing wins New Balance pitch
Data, creative and performance marketing agency Jaywing has been appointed by New Balance to drive customer growth in Australia and New Zealand following a competitive bidding. Jaywing will manage paid search, social media, analytics and email, as well as provide creative support for New Balance’s extensive line of sneakers and activewear.

Green Hat wins Superloop pitch
B2B marketing agency Green Hat has been named a full-service agency for telecommunications challenger Superloop after winning a pitch led by Trinity P3.

SLIK wins Darrell Lea’s pitch
SLIK has been named creative agency of choice for Darrell Lea, head of brand strategy, creative and production, following a call for tenders. The pitch’s winning idea, 100% Darrell Lea, fits the brand’s “Makes it better” platform.

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