N2N Communications picks up three new pieces of business

N2N Communications has been awarded the PR accounts for the Department of Broadband, Lend Lease ‘s venture capital business and Fetch TV.  

The Announcement:

Leading independent and award-winning PR consultancy n2n communications has kicked off 2010 with rapid growth across the business in government, clean-tech and b2b sectors, high demand for its online and social media services and the appointment of three new consultants.

In January, n2n communications was appointed in a competitive pitch by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (DBCDE) to run the public relations campaign for the switch from analogue to digital television. Working with the Department’s Digital Switchover Taskforce, n2n is delivering a comprehensive public relations and stakeholder campaign that commenced in the first switchover region, Mildura in January and will roll out around Australia over the next three years. The win follows a number of online and social media projects for a number of other government departments and agencies.

In addition, n2n communications has had rapid growth in its cleantech division with two new clients including Lend Lease’s venture capital business and a second multinational which join Better Place Australia, the leading electric vehicle infrastructure provider. Lend Lease’s venture capital business is Australia’s leading dedicated cleantech investor. Backed by sustainability leader Lend Lease, the venture capital business invests in commercially viable growth companies operating in energy, water and building sectors.

Most recently, n2n communications has also been appointed to launch FetchTV into the Australian market. FetchTV is a new model for delivering subscription-TV as a wholesale, unmetered service via ISPs – combining the best from the broadcast world in terms of picture and content quality, and the best of the online world in terms of the delivery model and interactive services.

“Our strategy is to support our growth by expanding into sectors that value our deep understanding of technology, business, online and social media and provide innovative, challenging work for our team,” said Vanessa Liell, Managing Director, n2n communications. “We’re delighted to have the opportunity to work with companies that are global leaders and at the forefront of innovation.”

Vanessa was appointed Managing Director in January 2010 after 12 months acting in the role. n2n communications founder/owner Nicky Dowling is now Chair across n2n communications and its sister brand Fuel Communications headed by Mandy Galmes.

n2n communications has appointed four new consultants this year and is currently recruiting an account manager/senior account manager.

Source: N2N Communications press release


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