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Thanks to everyone for attending the CatchyMMM launch, you all looked fantastic and it was a great night.
Check out some of the photos from the night in the galleries here
Catchy media marketing and management is the newest boutique agency in the Australian market and we take people on a unique brand journey.
We are about strategy first and then execution. We know that it’s a clear plan, and not just talk, that delivers results for businesses. There needs to be a return on investment.
We help understand your business and we become an extension of your team.
We are good at what we do. We are realistic and set expectations for everyone up front.
Things don't always go according to plan in every day business. It’s also here that we have the experience and skills to help you through those challenges.
Building a brand takes time – It’s not just a one hit wonder.
Whether it is media relations, public relations, media training, media buying, brand strategy, creative campaigns, consumer and corporate event management, sponsorship activation or celebrity deals, we have worked across the biggest names in Australia and overseas. We are available to help you achieve your dreams and goals.
Catchy Media Marketing & Management is really catching on!
Mitch Catlin has worked in senior marketing, brand and media roles for more than 15 years across Australia and overseas. Mitch has worked for arguably two of the biggest brands in Australia over the past decade – Swisse and Myer. His roles have covered everything from global marketing and brand concept and execution, Media Relations and PR strategy, Corporate Affairs and Investor Relations, International, National and local events, sponsorship and partnerships Ambassador and Celebrity endorsement deals, Local Community and Local Marketing campaigns, and Government Affairs.
Prior to his in-house roles, Mitch was the Media Director for Haystac Public Affairs working across media and brand strategy for some of the most well-known household names in Australia. He was seconded to both the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games and 2007 World Swimming Championships in a strategic media role. His career began with senior journalistic roles across radio and television including Chief of Staff of Network Ten in Melbourne and a reporter for the Seven Network in the Canberra Parliamentary Press Gallery and the American bureau in Los Angeles. Mitch is thrilled to be trying his luck on his own with the start of “Catchy Media Marketing and Management"
Elizabeth Cambage is the leading star of women’s basketball in Australia – and a global sensation in her sport. She spends her time between competitions in Australia, The United States and Asia.
Shane Delia is an accomplished restaurateur and cook at his award winning Maha restaurant in Melbourne. He is the host of the highly popular “Spice Journey” cooking show on SBS.
Jennifer Hansen is an accomplished writer and journalist, and most recognized as the long term newsreader on Network Ten in Melbourne. She is currently presenting the breakfast news on Melbourne radio station SMOOTH FM.
Geoff Huegill is one of Australia’s most loved sporting stars. Having won a number of medals at the Olympics, the former swimmer has turned his focus to his corporate career as a motivational speaker, advocate for health and wellness and his own private business interests and media career.
James O’Connor is an international rugby star. Having played in London and France, James is a key member of the Queensland Reds and part of the squad for the Australian Wallabies ahead of the World Cup later this year.
Brigitte Duclos is one of Australia’s most successful and most loved radio personalities. Brig has been on air for more than 20 years in Melbourne after starting her career as a reporter and presenter at Network Ten.
She is one half of the hugely popular “Brig and Lehmo” on Melbourne’s Gold 104.3
John Steffenson is one of Australia’s most famous runners winning medals at both the Olympic Games and Commonwealth Games. Post his athletic career, John has his own food and juice businesses and is a presenter and reporter on Channel 9’s Wide World of Sports