Kojo opens new office in Perth

Creative services company Kojo has expanded to Perth.

The move follows the company’s growth in the sporting sector, after recently winning clients including the West Coast Eagles, Perth Scorchers and Perth Stadium.

Client partner and executive producer Phoebe Dunn and Kojo senior digital producer Lisa Moroney will run the local team.

Kojo, which now has four offices nationally, will aim to strengthen its offering in Western Australia across sport, brand, film, TV and events.

Other clients in WA include BHP, Westpac, RACS, Alcohol Think Again and Home Loans.

Dunn, who has been working for Kojo in Perth for four, years said having a team around her will help the company build local relationships.

“Kojo specialises in creating closer connections between sporting franchises and fans by creating memorable experiences that produce compelling outcomes. By placing physical roots down, we are able to focus on increasing our Perth-based portfolio, build our local brand presence and continue to strengthen our relationships with our local clientele,” said Dunn.

Stephen Lord, executive director of brand and sport said the office launch showed the company’s commitment to partnering with clients.

“Kojo’s client base has grown rapidly in Western Australia, so opening permanently in Perth was a natural progression for us.

“After securing work with excellent clients in the sports sector it was an obvious next step, so we can continue to ensure we provide the level of service we pride ourselves on,” said Lord.

Nationally, Kojo’s clients include Adobe, BHP, GSK and Mitsubishi.


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