Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Apr 29, 2014

Digital Jungle and Circul8 join forces for Sino-Australian synergy

BEIJING - Digital Jungle (赛美特集团) and Circul8's strategic partnership will see the two agencies work together to serve brands wanting to market to Chinese consumers living in Australia or vice versa.

McDougall and Stocks
McDougall and Stocks

Alana Stocks, managing director at Circul8, said many existing clients are asking about China and how to start campaigns for a Chinese audience. "This required specialist skills and Digital Jungle was the right fit. They don’t just have an Australian office but can leverage their teams based in Beijing and Shanghai to support our clients.”

Digital Jungle will offer Circul8 a range of digital marketing solutions aimed at China including consumer insight reports, website development, search engine marketing and social media management on platforms such as WeChat and Weibo, according to Mathew McDougall (赵马修), founder and CEO of Digital Jungle.

Their combined strengths will serve companies wanting to market to Chinese consumers living in Australia or vice versa, in both English and Chinese language. Both agencies have been active in the hotel, travel and tourism industries.

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