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Posted on 20th Apr, 2017 by Samantha Whitewood
The Bonfire team joined over 800 others from the Western Australian advertising, media and communications industry this month at the new Crown Towers Ballroom for the 2017 Oasis Ball and Campaign Brief Awards.
Together, we celebrated our industry and raised funds for The Oasis Project; an initiative that supports the Salvation Army’s Crossroads West programme. This incredible programme is aimed at providing stable environments for young people who have had their home lives disrupted by their parents or guardian’s addiction, abuse or abandonment.
Bonfire finalist for Agency of the Year.
Loud cheers could be heard from our tables when it was announced that Bonfire was nominated for the ‘Agency of the Year’ award, and although we didn’t win the title this year, we were one of the finalists in this category.
Rene LeMerle, Bonfire’s Head of Marketing, finalist for Advertising Person of the Year
We were also extremely proud to see one of our own, Rene LeMerle, as a finalist for ‘Advertising Person of the Year’. Rene has been a valued part of our Bonfire family for over 12 years, and during this time has played a large role in overseeing Bonfire’s transition from ‘one of Perth’s expert digital marketing agencies’ to ‘Perth’s largest and most experienced digital performance agency’. Congratulations Rene, we’re lucky to have you as part of the #BonfireSquad!
Photo: Finalists for Advertising Person of the Year.
Final Word & Congratulations
Congratulations to all the individuals and agencies who walked away from the night as award winners, as well as all of those recognised as finalists. Thank you to Campaign Brief for recognising Bonfire as a leading agency in Perth and to Oasis Ball for allowing us to participate on the night and contribute to a great cause. We’re already looking forward to attending next year’s event!
— Bonfire (@Bonfire_Group) April 7, 2017
Posted on 17th Aug, 2016 by Courtney Mills
How has the digital industry changed in the past 20 years?
What are the challenges ahead?
Why don’t SEO and SEM get the recognition they deserve in the wider marketing arena?
Bonfire CEO, Clay Cook, answered these questions and many more when he sat down with Campaign Brief to share his story as a pioneer in the Perth digital industry.
We may be a little biased, but it’s definitely a good read.
Posted on 20th Aug, 2014 by Courtney Mills
Bonfire is proud to be a sponsor of the IF Foundation, one of WA’s leading not for profit organisations focused on educating WA youth on the dangers of anti-social behaviour.
Their goal is for WA youth to have a bright, hopeful future that is free of violence and anti-social behaviour. The IF Foundation spreads this message through a range of programs, initiatives, events and promotions across metro and regional Western Australia.
When we were recently asked to design and build the IF Foundation’s website, we jumped at the opportunity. How could we say no to such a worthy cause?!
And here it is… the new IF Foundation website.
The website showcases the key initiatives of the IF Foundation and its sponsors in the WA community. If you want to know more about the IF Foundation and the wonderful work they do, visit http://www.iffoundation.org.au/.
Check out some of the other website’s we have built here.
Posted on 1st Nov, 2013 by News Room
We just can’t seem to keep him out of the papers at the moment…
Our Google expert, Clay Cook, was again asked to share his opinion and advice on the latest happenings at Google.
This time it was about Google’s Penguin 2.1 launch with WA’s very own Business News.
The article is below or online here: http://www.businessnews.com.au/article/Getting-hit-by-a-Penguin