Blazeaway Media Group have kick start the new year with exciting new partnerships with exclusive commercial representation in the Queensland market, as well as hires and promotions in the company.
The first partnership is with Channel Factory, a YouTube advertising company who deliver custom brand suitability, brand safety and ad targeting strategy to advertisers.
Channel Factory Asia-Pacific president Alex Littlejohn said of the partnership: “The relationships Blazeaway have within the industry made the decision to partner with them a really easy one and I’m so excited to see how this partnership will elevate brands digital video campaigns.”
The second exclusive partnership announced is Australian-based podcast and audio solutions network Podshape.
The network – who have over 40 years of collective experience in the audio media industry – represent the likes of chart topping podcasts including Your Morning Mantra, Confessions of a Train Wreck and The Sydney Siege, and also create and execute audio strategies.
Jay Walkerdon, co-founder of Podshape said: “Audio on demand and the way in which brands develop their audio strategy has been at the forefront of our business for the last 18-months and we’re excited to partner with Andrew and the team at Blazeaway to bring new exciting audio opportunities to their client base.”
The company continues to go from strength to strength with new partnerships announced in the audio and visual media space, which will help diversify and amplify their clients digital media strategies.
Blazeaway managing director Andrew Knowles said: “At Blazeaway Media our clients are at the heart of everything we do and we are committed to offering them the best in market media solutions to amplify their brands in creative ways and our new partners are the perfect case in point.”
The media agency also announced the appointment of new hire Tash Vorkas, who brings with her over 6 years of media agency experience, and the promotion of Emily Attridge from sales manager up to sales director.