The AJF Partnership is a leading creative agency in Melbourne, handling a small portfolio of important clients, not least GM's local subsidiary, Holden automobiles, and several units of retail giant Wesfarmers. Though it remains entirely independent, AJF has since 2014 also managed the local interests of Interpublic's FCB network, which closed its doors in Australia following the loss of several key clients. The agency was originally launched in 2005 in Melbourne by three ad executives who - bizarrely - all happened to share the same initials. Andrew Fabbro is still managing partner, with Andrew Foote and Adam Francis as executive creative directors. AJF opened an office in Sydney in 2011, but sold it back to local managers five years later to resolve client conflicts. The Sydney agency is now Richards Rose. Towards the end of 2017, AJF accepted a buyout offer from newly created marketing services group Trimantium GrowthOps. Under the proposed plan, GrowthOps aims to purchase a collection of other diversified agencies which will all be merged under a shared umbrella name. However that arrangement has yet to be completed. Adbrands does not currently offer a business profile for AJF Partnership but subscribers may access account assignments and contact information for the agency. The searchable account assignments database is available to full subscribers to Adbrands.net premium services. Click here to access Adbrands account assignments (subscribers only); or see here for information on how to subscribe.
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Capsule checked 29th March 2018
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Adbrands Social Media 23rd May 2018: "Wake Up To Sleep". Lovely night-time photography lifts this striking campaign from indie AJF Partnership for Australian bed retailer Forty Winks. In most countries, we're generally used to rather more hard-sell campaigns from bed manufacturers: all SALE NOW ON and pictures of identikit happy families relaxing at home on beds that mysteriously never have sheets on them. This comes as a breath of fresh air, not only for its generally tranquil vibe, but also a pretty important message about the power of sleep to improve our daily life. And not an actual bed in sight. We'd like to think all bed companies might follow suit, but they'll - Forty Winks included - probably be back to SALE NOW ON by next week.
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