Sydney independent creative agency The Idea Shed kicks off 2019 with four new clients

Westholme logo.jpgSydney-based independent creative agency, The Idea Shed, has begun the year with the appointment to handle Westholme, a premium Wagyu beef brand. The agency was involved in a competitive pitch against a US agency and three Australian agencies to secure the full-service win.  Billings are undisclosed.

Westholme are Australian producers of "the world's finest" wagyu, owned by the almost 200-year-old Australian Agricultural Company (AACo).  Owning 1% of Australian land, they supply select fine dining restaurants in Australia, the Middle East, Asia and the US.

The Idea Shed will be responsible for integrating the Westholme brand through all digital, social and content work as it tells its story to top global chefs and the foodie community around the world.
Says Nicole McCann, digital and CRM manager for AACo: "In partnering with The Idea Shed we've been fortunate to find a natural cultural fit.  We're excited about the thinking, passion and creativity they have brought to our new brand platform, and as we expand into global markets, their strategic and creative capabilities will play a key role in helping us realise our vision."

Says John Volckman, managing partner, The Idea Shed: "To have the chance to work with such an iconic Australian business is an exciting opportunity.  With previous experience expanding Australian brands into global markets, we are looking forward to playing a key role in Westholme's plans for the future."

The Idea Shed had a stellar end to 2018 and also announces its appointment to three further pieces of business, those being Reckitt Benckiser's health portfolio, Real Pet Food, and Westrac|CAT - a world leading dealer and service provider of earthmoving equipment giant, Caterpillar.

3 Comments

Errrr said:

Didn't they win Reckitt Benckiser health at the end of 2017?

@Errrr said:

^
Get a job grouch.

Exmomentum said:

@Errrr nah, we did!

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