Rarely does an agency’s email newsletter warrant a mention, but Native’s was a step above the rest, and we welcomed its regular delivery in the inbox. Not so welcome was this week’s edition announcing that Native will be no more.
From molten hot lava to snow covered wolves, an agency transformation is complete, resulting in Wolf.
Over at Sydney’s Pusher:
We’re over the moon to announce we have been appointed digital agency of record for retail sneaker giant, Footlocker, in the Asia Pacific region!
Pusher will be responsible for the evolution of the brand’s loyalty program “The Locker” plus all digital assets including websites, mobile apps, and digital campaigns.
Over in Sydney, The Nest:
Today we’re delighted to announce that The Nest has been acquired by world-renowned creative agency, Frost, and we’ll be joining with them under the newly established banner of the Frost Group.
We will be moving into Frost’s Surry Hills studio space in the coming weeks, however we will continue to operate as a separate entity, under our own name, servicing both our existing roster of clients as well as now acting as Frost’s digital offer.
We are excited to announce that the team at Digicon are joining Deloitte Digital to form a new studio in Brisbane.
With 20 digital specialists joining our team, the new studio will be the fourth Deloitte Digital location in Australia.
A complete redevelopment of the Melbourne Festival website will feature improved design and user experience, and Reactive will additionally advise on overall strategy and social media.
While Yeah Nice still finds its feet, we’re not going to dive much into “apps” and their creators just yet. We do need to keep an eye on Sydney-based collective Pistachio, however. Their Red Pen service has been generating some chatter recently, and we might have caught them on Pinboard’s popular bookmark list - a virtual high-five we reckon.
We’re proud to announce and welcome Momentum Energy to the family. Things will definitely be a lot greener!
We don’t know much about them, but we applaud the brother sister founding duo for rocking a site with nothing but a Flash flip book in 2012. It was good enough to earn a site for the company behind another childhood treasure, Lego.
Maybe NOWmedia drew the same references in recent pitches, as they’ve announced both these wins in August for digital development.
They also might be partnering with incumbent Next Digital, but we’re not too sure. Give us a break, we’re new to this. First post!