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Fuel Communications, part of Herd MSL, has a unique opportunity for an ambitious and autonomous client services lead seeking a truly integrated agency role. This newly created role requires a strategic PR lead working for a major multi-faceted FMCG client across globally recognised brands. This new...

Herd MSL represents one of Australia’s largest and most awarded group of agencies – N2N Communications, Fuel Communications and Touch Creative. We solve complex business problems through outstanding creative ideas, technically excellent execution and content led multi-channel campaigns. Our difference is our dynamic, fearless and ambitious...

Speaking on a PRIA panel last night with some folks from the industry about creative story-telling, I was reminded why we as PR people are so well placed to help brands navigate the world of story-telling.  Here’s why:   Boundary scanning Our role is to help brands understand...

Today N2N joins our sister agencies, Touch Creative and Fuel Communications under the new group brand of Herd. Herd draws on the strength of the agencies’ 50 consultants to provide the best possible creative and integrated communications solutions for our clients. Our strength is our ability solve...

Following our recent brand refresh, we're thrilled to announce a new partnership scheme and the promotion of Stuart Wragg to Associate Partner and Head of Creativity. Stuart has been with us for five years and in that time has built a substantial practice, leading clients including Facebook, Airbnb and...

We are absolutely thrilled to receive a Silver PR Lion from the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, alongside our client Airbnb for the Stay With Pride campaign. The campaign was about leveraging Airbnb’s sponsorship of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and saw us list the...

“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people’” –  Leo Burnett A recent Holmes Report found that 40 per cent of in-house clients said that their agencies could do better when it came to their creative capabilities....