Creative agency Mammal to close its doors at the end of March

Creative agency Mammal has announced that it will be winding down its operations at the end of this month.

In a statement to Mumbrella, managing partner and agency co-owner, Adrian Leppard, paid thanks to everyone he and co-owner and strategic and creative partner, Luke Chess, had worked with over the years, but said all good things must come to an end.

After 11 years, Mammal will close its doors at the end of March

“We’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the best brands and biggest talent that the market has to offer. Luke and I would like to thank every client, partner, staff member and supplier that it’s been our pleasure to work with over the years,” Leppard said.

The news was announced on LinkedIn today, with Leppard and Chess stating “all good things must – and do – come to an end”.

Mammal was founded 11 years ago by Gary Cunliffe and the late Andy Firth, who passed away in 2016.

The agency’s clients include Kennards Hire, Breville, SoftIron, Yates, UTS Business School, The A2 Milk Company, Upside, New Horizons, Transport for NSW, Eftsure, Audika and Amaysim.

Most recently, Mammal created a campaign for garden care brand Hortico, contrasting the least convenient ways to go about gardening against the ease of using Hortico products.

Earlier last year, the agency launched hearing healthcare specialist Audika in Australia, with a campaign showing a man reverse-aging after having his hearing checked.


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