Grey Lynn-based PR agency Sling & Stone has welcomed an impressive six new clients to its New Zealand portfolio, with brands that are shaping the future in education, home interiors, travel tech, legaltech and sports.
- Kami — a global edtech player transforming the modern classroom into a paperless, collaborative and efficient digital learning environment, with more than 26 million users worldwide.
- Nanoleaf — the smart home lighting system making waves through the gaming, home and interior communities.
- Preno — a simple yet powerful accommodation software that helps small to medium sized owners across the globe to manage bookings, databases, invoices and day-to-day operations.
- LawVu — the first truly connected software platform for in-house legal teams around the world, enabling legal teams to be more collaborative within their organisations.
- Mooven — the construction tech platform built to help deliver world-changing infrastructure without the city-stopping disruption.
- earShots — the only headphone designed specifically for riders, runners and adventurers, with zero waste design changing the way adventurers do what they do.
In addition, Sling & Stone has recently been nominated for Best Experiential Campaign and Best Integrated Marketing for its work with QT Auckland at the upcoming PRWeek Asia Awards.
Sling & Stone Head of New Zealand, Sian Church, says: “New Zealand is a hub for innovation and these clients are ones that fit our mission in shaping the future of how we live, work and play.
“Sling & Stone isn’t trying to become the biggest agency in New Zealand, we’re focused on being the best agency for Kiwi and global challengers, disrupters and entrepreneurs.
“We’re in our fourth year of business in the region, we’re incredibly proud to be working with brands of this calibre and we’re only just getting started.”