Media Release

Sydney, Australia – 27 April 2017 – Leading content marketing agency King Content has today announced the addition of four new brands to its extensive global client portfolio.

Australian Catholic University has joined King Content’s Sydney account roster while in Melbourne, King Content has signed base metals company MMG, Curtin University and Vision Australia.

Following a number of successful campaigns, King Content’s scope of work with existing clients such as Intuit, Viva Energy and Cyient has increased, to fulfill the growing demand for end-to-end content marketing which drives meaningful and measurable results.

King Content’s new global CEO Matthew Stanton said, “In an age where audiences are bombarded with messages across multiple channels, brands are looking for partners to help them become impactful publishers. Today’s announcement demonstrates how clients – both new and existing – trust King Content to solve their business challenges through content marketing.

“King Content is proud to have been an early pioneer in content marketing, and it’s our strong pedigree in connecting brands with the right audience that makes clients want to work with us. The combination of our content marketing heritage and Isentia’s leading media intelligence platform means we cut through the noise – and we can actually prove it.”

King Content was acquired by ASX-listed media intelligence company Isentia in August 2015 creating a unique market offering linking content with monitoring, analysis, strategy, execution, amplification and measurement.

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For more information, please contact:

MEDIA:
Michael Collins
Howorth, Ogilvy Public Relations Australia
michael@howorth.com.au
+61 407 771 019

INVESTORS:
Jolanta Masojada
Investor Relations Adviser
investorrelations@isentia.com
+61 417 261 367

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