Indago Digital lands four new clients, trails more wins
Sydney-based search specialist Indago Digital has won four new clients following competitive pitches – and MD Gary Nissim said there are more to come.
What you need to know:
- Indago digital has won four new SEO and paid search clients
- MD says more win to come
Independent agency Indago Digital has landed four new clients won via competitive pitches: Western Australia’s largest customer owned bank P&N Bank; online marketplace for customers and businesses Oneflare; salary packaging company Smartgroup; and Kids Giving Back, a charity that provides volunteering opportunities for young people aged 6 to 18.
Indago will handle SEO and paid search for the brands with MD Gary Nissim expecting to announce additional client wins “shortly”.
The four new clients follow Indago’s appointment to clients Nestlé Professional and Eclipx Group earlier this year.
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