Headspace: seeking Melbourne agency
Thirteen agencies have expressed their interest in the ad account of Melbourne-based youth depression charity Headspace, which found itself without an agency following the closure of DraftFCB last week.
The charity, which has produced some notable creative work through its former agency, is looking for a Melbourne shop – or one with a “significant presence” in the Victorian city.
Headspace hopes to have settled on a new agency by the end of next week, after a series of meetings with contenders.
DraftFCB Melbourne called time on 50 years in the market after losing key client Honda to Leo Burnett.