We were thrilled to be recently featured in The Australian Business Journal on the back of some recent new project wins including a government funded project for the Royal Women's & Mercy Hospital endometriosis research team run out of the University of Melbourne. Another recent project we were proud of was working with the Neuropsychiatry team from The Royal Melbourne Hospital to promote awareness, treatment and care for people with symptoms and illnesses of the mind and brain. See excerpt from the article below:
"Since the pandemic hit in March 2020, we have seen a significant increase in the way SME’s prioritise and focus their marketing efforts towards a digital first approach,” says Daniel. They say luck is opportunity meets preparation, and with Daniel’s prior experience in digital advertising and marketing notes, the pandemic was a way to expand EMD Digital even further. “On the back of state and federal government funding to various health departments and direct to small businesses, we’re thrilled to have won numerous projects for a range of government funded organisations, start-ups and SME’s over the past 12 months,” he says.
One such government fund, a whopping $3.9 million, was awarded to The Royal Women’s and Mercy Hospitals Endometriosis research team run out of Melbourne University to improve the diagnosis and treatment of women and girls with endometriosis. EMD Digital has recently been engaged as the partnering digital creative agency to work with the research team, led by Professor Peter Rogers and a team of 12 to develop their website, content, branding and digital assets. Foundation member Dr Keryn Harlow said of the partnership, “Upon searching for the right creative digital agency in Melbourne, we discovered EMD Digital. Not only does their superior work speak for itself but they are truly passionate about their clients and fully understood & comprehended the vision & purpose of our research team, we are looking forward to collaborating with Daniel and his team over the next 5 years.
Read the full article at theabj.com.au/