Former Band & Brown directors launch PR agency Third City

Former Band & Brown directors Graz Belli and Mark Lowe have launched a new agency, named Third City.

Launching Third City: Mark Lowe and Graz Belli
Launching Third City: Mark Lowe and Graz Belli

The agency will offer brands comms services including digital consultancy, issues management and consumer analytics.

Third City will target clients in retail, financial services, utilities, media and non-profit organisations. 

Commenting on the launch, Belli said: ‘The way that brands and consumers interact has changed and clients want people who get this. Successful campaigns need a sustained narrative across all channels, not just 30 seconds of fame.’

Third City’s first client is e-tailer Bouf.com, with a brief to enhance the brand across consumer channels and build corporate profile ahead of a new round of venture capital funding. 

The agency is currently recruiting at all levels and building a network of strategic partnerships with other independent marketing agencies.

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