Sphere Public Relations Wins Premium Video and Technology Company, VOL

Sphere Public Relations - a boutique PR consultancy specialising in the technology, digital and marketing sectors - is pleased to welcome VOLT Media, one of the largest independent video advertising companies in Australia, to its portfolio of clients.

VOLT Media partners with cutting-edge creative, technology and data partners to provide advertisers with the necessary tools to reach, engage and persuade audiences. Working on an exclusive basis with top-tier publishers, it prides itself on brokering targeted placements for clients’ video content across its well-established and carefully selected network of premium local, national and international sites.

“It’s exciting to be working with a brand that will be a significant driving force in the changing face of video advertising,” said Louise Roberts, Managing Director of Sphere Public Relations. “We’ve worked within the digital industry for many years in both Australia and the UK for brands including global digital agency Reactive and one of Australia’s fastest growing digital agencies, Reborn, so we’re looking forward to harnessing this experience in our work with VOLT Media.”

Co-founder and Managing Director of VOLT Media, Tom Rolph said: “Key to VOLT Media’s success is our partnerships with leading technology providers and publishers across the globe enabling us to provide advertisers with the very best video technology products on offer. Equally critical for us was partnering with the best PR agency to help us on our journey to grow the video-advertising industry – that’s why we chose Sphere PR who, in our opinion, is perfectly matched to VOLT Media’s work ethos and partnership-mentality.”

Sphere Public Relations’ point of difference is that it does not employ juniors or interns and only engages Public Relations professionals at Account Director level and above, who are able to work directly with clients from day one.

The VOLT Media account will be headed up by Louise Roberts, supported by Sydney based consultant, Catherine Hollyman.
 

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