Sparro signs new business
Working across digital marketing, partner outreach and paid search accounts, Sparro is looking forward to establishing great working relationship with the four exciting brands and helping them further cement their online presence.
“We have seen extraordinary growth from our online GUESS business, so we needed a partner that could support us in continued growth while focused on improved ROI’s,” said Shannon Luxford, General Manager – Retail at GUESS Australia.
“The team at Sparro demonstrated through our selection process they had both the skill and the appetite to help us deliver ambitious sales targets while providing great support to our in-house digital team.”
The strong start to the year comes after a huge 2015 for Sparro, extending our work with online travel agency Webjet and ZUJI to include paid search, developing and releasing a new site for Concrete Playground, working on Destination NSW’s Sydney in Summer campaign and doubling our staff in the calendar year.
“We’ve seen fantastic client results over the last 12 months and it’s great to be able to extend our work with some huge brands like SurfStitch and GUESS,” said agency founder, Cameron Bryant, who leads the SEO team.
“All of the brands we’ve taken on this year have really digitally-progressive in-house teams. It’s exciting to work alongside them.”
Signing with two exciting E-commerce sites and one of Australia’s leading providers of hearing healthcare is a natural fit for the Sparro team, who work extensively across paid and organic search solutions, with a heavy focus on data-driven marketing and conversion optimisation.
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