PR agency Fifty Acres launches creative offering

Public relations agency Fifty Acres has launched a new service offering with features including digital and web design, branding, integrated campaigns and creative for social media.

The new creative offering aims to make creative and design available and accessible to large and small not-for-profits, brands and the government.

The news comes after Fifty Acres launched in Queensland, Northern NSW and Byron Bay last year.

SBS, YMCA NSW, QT Hotels and Resorts, Macquarie University Sydney, McGrath Foundation, Kellogg’s and Gas Energy Australia are all clients of Fifty Acres.

Jo Scard, Fifty Acres founder and managing director, said in a statement: “In launching Fifty Acres new creative offering, we really wanted to make the best quality in creative design accessible to large and small organisations in time for campaign preparation – with a Federal Election expected later this year.

“As creative typically comes with a high price tag in Australia, we’re filling an obvious gap in the market for a high quality creative offering that’s flexible for large and small budgets alike.

“We are taking on a number of new clients for pre-election campaigns, and it’s very welcome that we can offer quality creative to deliver integrated campaigns with impact – there is significant demand.”

This year’s Mumbrella’s CommsCon will see senior creative heads arguing their point about how PR should push its creative capabilities and grow its business model.


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