We are an award-winning talent agency in Sydney and Melbourne specialising in client-side permanent digital, marketing and creative recruitment.

Get in touch if you’re a looking for a permanent job in digital marketing, search & analytics, PR, social & content, CX, UX & Service Design, Digital & Graphic Design, or Digital Development & Production. We would love to help you to identify, build and sell your unique personal brand to the right company, in your ideal role.

Please visit our Find Work section and start searching for a job you’d love.  You can also get directly in Contact with one of our Talent Agents.

If you’re a company looking for a Sydney or Melbourne recruitment agency to help you hire exceptional permanent client-side digital marketing, search & analytics, PR, social & content, CX, UX & Service Design, Digital & Graphic Design, or Digital Development & Production talent, please visit our Hire Talent section or get in Contact with us through our website. Alternatively you can call us on 02 8667 8888 in Sydney and 03 8644 7777 in Melbourne.

Are you a company looking to hire freelance or contract client-side digital marketing, search & analytics, PR, social & content, CX, UX & Service Design, Digital & Graphic Design, or Digital Development & Production talent? Then Aquent can help. Learn more

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Workplace Giving & Volunteering

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We’re very passionate about giving back to our community and our ‘Agents of Change’ workplace giving and volunteering programme is available for all our staff to get involved. We officially support beyondblue — a wonderful charity, focusing on depression and anxiety. As a company, we match all employee donations. We also raise money through gold coin donations at our events which are then matched by us. In addition, employees are encouraged to volunteer at charities of their choice for two working days during the year.

#Digitalks lunch time events

Organised and hosted by us, our Digitalks events run once a quarter in Sydney and Melbourne, attracting between 200 to 250 attendees who work in management, digital marketing, search & analytics, digital creative & development, PR, Social & Content, and UX, CX or Service Design. The events are free to attend for our customers, their peers as well as industry influencers.

We usually focus on a hot digital topics to help educate our customers, though occasionally some topics focus on management of teams or personal development/personal branding.

Please Contact Us if you’d like to receive invitations to our #digitalks events.

VIEW CURRENT EVENTS

Some of our past topics include:

  • Data-led customer experience: Moving form segmentation, to personalisation, to individualisation
  • 360 degree storytelling: What virtual & augmented reality could mean for your brand & business – Venessa Paech, Community Manager, Australia Post
  • Artifical intelligence and the impact on personalised experiences – Michelle Zamora, Head of Marketing, IBM Watson
  • How to use strategic micro-content to tell a bigger story for your brand — Trevor Young & Dionne Lew, Co-founders of Zoetic Agency
  • Design for Transparency — it’s time – Tim Buesing, Group Design Director, Fjord
  • Beyond content marketing & content strategy: What comes next? – Debra Taylor & Chris Collacott, Deloitte Digital
  • Unlocking the power of social data: Learn how to connect and drive social to sales – Emma Lo Russo, CEO of Digivizer
  • Design Thinking & Omni-Channel: The Future of Customer Experience – Katja Forbes, Founder of syfte
  • How to build reputation and trust through content marketing – Trevor Young, Founder of PR Warrior
  • Creating content for change, Matt Taylor, Director, Narrative Strategy at Deloitte Australia
  • Making the transition from organic to paid social media – Mike Hickinbotham, Social Media Consultant
  • Planning for a social media crisis – Nicole Matejic, Author of Social Media Rules of Engagement
  • The Future of Customer Experience: Good is no longer good enough – Chris Riddell, Digital Futurist
  • Digital disruption: How to thrive through change – Gavin Heaton, digital strategist and Founder of The Disruptor’s Handbook
  • Why executives need social media and how to capitalise on the multi-trillion dollar opportunity – Dionne Lew, CEO of The Social Executive
  • Brand YOU: Step out of your comfort zone and reach your potential – Richard Sauerman, The ‘Brand Guy’
  • How to unite your team and inspire extraordinary outcomes – Matt Jackson, Founder of affectors.com
  • Your Career: How to keep yourself at the edge – Chris Savage, Business Growth specialist, Keynote speaker and mentor at The Savage Co.

Put it to the Panel evening events – #PITTP

Organised and hosted by us, our ‘Put it to the panel’ evening events are run every couple of months in Sydney and Melbourne, attracting between 100 to 150 people who work in management, marketing, digital, creative, PR and communications, and advertising.

They are free to attend for our customers, their peers as well as industry influencers.

We usually have 4 or 5 industry thought leaders on a panel who deep dive into a specific topic. Many events have a digital focus. Led by our moderator, this is a social event with questions from attendees and plenty of networking opportunities.

Please Contact Us if you’d like to receive invitations to our ‘Put it to the Panel’ events.

VIEW CURRENT EVENTS

Some of our past topics include:

  • How AI is disrupting & enhancing marketing and what this means for you
  • Keeping relevant in development: Are you using the right JavaScript framework?
  • Designing for digital transformation — a customer centric approach
  • ROI in PR: The challenges of meaningful measurement
  • The future of the Australian PR industry — 2017 and beyond
  • Analysing Data: The trends you need to know
  • Innovation and UX — The future of experience design
  • UX, the customer journey & beyond
  • UX deconstructed
  • The meaning of strategy, its place in PR & how to measure its success
  • The evolution of the PR professional

 

 

 

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