Johannesburg based Clockwork Media has been selected as global digital agency on Microsoft’s Windows and Devices team following an international pitch held in London.
The agency will run daily and campaign based operations for all non-US markets for Xbox.com, Windows.com and Surface.com. The mandate will include technical, creative, UX and data analyses on the platforms and will require regular participation with Microsoft’s global brand and product teams based in Redmond, Washington.
Markets serviced will include China, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, France and South Africa – among others.
Ciaran Burnand, former Head of Project Management and Innovations Lead at Wunderman Africa (formerly Aqua) has been brought on to lead the team, which has already commenced work.
“We’re extremely excited to be tasked with a responsibility of this magnitude. It’s any agency’s dream to be given the opportunity to work in multiple markets. The scope and capacity for innovation and creativity is huge. Moreover, it shows that South African talent really meets global standards. The team are already stuck in, and we look forward to a great partnership with the Microsoft WDG team” adds Tom Manners, Managing Director, Clockwork Media.
Clockwork Media is a content and communications agency based in Johannesburg, South Africa, specialising in creating strategies that help brands to get the right message to the right people in order to deliver outstanding results to its clients. To get in touch or find out more about Clockwork Media, visit its website at www.clockworkmedia.co.za.
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