We did a cleanout of our vaults last week and stumbled upon this rare and historic video of our agency’s origin. DPR&Co Silent Video from DPR&Co on Vimeo.
We create “talkable” campaigns that enable you to outsmart, rather than outspend, your competitors.
We believe great communications have more than an idea behind them. They contain a New Real: a newly discovered truth about the relationship between your customers and your brand. We help you identify and nurture the relationships that create your New Real.
In a restless media environment, these relationships are constantly changing. At DPR&Co we make it our business to understand these changes better than any other creative agency. We then mobilise your New Real to dramatically improve your identity and market performance.
This requires us to know your business intimately; to forensically explore research, digital intelligence and analytics; and sometimes just to indulge in a bit of people watching.
We hire a special type of person to make this happen. Our team is united by curiosity, creativity and a commitment to deliver extraordinary results. This is what empowers you to outsmart rather than outspend your competitors. Use the insights delivered by our advertising agency to thrive in Melbourne, throughout Australia, and around the world.
We are an independent, creatively driven
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Founder and Managing Director
Senior Account Director
Founder and Agency Principal
Founder and Executive Creative Director
It’s about time you got to know us. In this initial Meet The Team Q&A we sit down with our Art Director, Tassy, aka our in-house comedian. 1. There is a hole in my life in the shape of a…donut! 2. Who’s the most underrated creative person from all time? Nick Cave. 3. Fill in the blank. ________________…there,…
They’re the online equivalent of trashy tabloid content. But there’s a reason digital giants Buzzfeed and Cracked have built an empire on listicles. Here’s DPR&Co’s top 5 reasons to write more listicles. They’re easy to read. When we click on an article, we first scan it to determine if it’s worth reading. Listicles are perfect…