The Social Factory Boutique Marketing Agency is dedicated to help you increase brand value through marketing creativity and innovation. We develop marketing strategies that are exciting, create awareness and build your brand. We specialise in small to medium size business and utilise both new and traditional media. All of our campaigns are bespoke and tailored to needs of each client.

About the founders

Danielle Thomson

Danielle has worked in marketing and communications for the past 14 years, specifically in event production. Her experience includes corporate promotions and communications, marketing and media to product launches and incentives. She is highly experienced in areas from logistics and production to multimedia and design, having produced many national and international events from roadshows, sporting events, press launches, incentive programs, festivals, hospitality programs, high level charity events, concerts and conferences. Some of the brands Danielle has worked with include Lexus Australia, Telstra, British Airways, David Jones, Metcash, FSHD Global Research Foundation, Toyota, Land Rover and Optus.

Bianca Hall

Creative and innovative marketer with over 14 years experience, both agency and client side.. Bianca has spent the last 9 years in Marketing Management for Australia’s preeminent luxury Department Store, David Jones. Bianca has worked across all facets of their marketing business including Publicity, Events, ATL & BTL Advertising, Retail Development and Financial Services. Bianca project managed many business integral initiatives such as the relaunch of the David Jones Bourke Street store, including the Stage One Media launch and high level strategic ATL and BTL campaign. Bianca also developed and delivered the  David Jones Youth Strategy including Precinct Magazine (Catalogue Of the Year), the relaunch of the David Jones fashion catalogue, Brand Book, The David Jones Designer Campaign. Bianca has worked directly with many prestigious and influential local and International brands.

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