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Digital Agency Market United Launches In NZ

Q Group’s Digital Agency Market United Launches In New Zealand

In New Zealand, Australian digital marketing group Q Limited has been represented since 2001 by search optimisation and search marketing specialists First Rate and interactive sales network 3dinteractive. Now these successful operations are joined by full service digital marketing agency Market United.

Market United (MU) already has offices in Sydney and Perth with the new Auckland office completing its coverage of Australasia. Across the 3 offices, MU has an experienced and talented international team of digital experts - over 50 strategists, creatives and developers who work closely together to create and launch innovative, results-oriented digital marketing solutions for our clients. MU’s work includes websites, e-commerce platforms, interactive advertising, social media campaigns, email marketing, mobile, iPhone and iPad applications.

The small, but growing, MU team in Auckland is led by a Group Account Director and has just added a senior creative recruited from the United Kingdom. Clients in New Zealand and Australia also rely on the input and vision of thinq digital, MU’s strategic planning arm which includes a social media strategist.

Q NZ Chief Executive Officer Kevin Francis says, “We’ve been seeking to complete the Q Ltd lineup in New Zealand for some time - the launch of MU here rounds out our New Zealand capability to encompass all areas of digital marketing. We’ve actually been operating MU in Auckland since the beginning of the year, establishing the office, integrating capabilities with the Sydney and Melbourne teams as well as winning some exciting local assignments from clients in Auckland and Wellington.

But now the time is right to tell the market that clients have an exciting new digital partner to consider to take their brands and businesses forward.”

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