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A Boutique Agency

Operating for over 16 years,
Admark has become one of Melbourne’s most established, independent advertising agencies.
We provide a warm welcome, experienced thinkers and a truly bespoke service.
While we do everything you'd expect from a full service agency, we do so in a personalised and collaborative manner without the fluff, guff or adspeak stuff.

RMIT University

Be True To You

Mission Foods


Bosisto's Eucalyptus Oil

Pick Up The Parrot


Studio 221/87 Gladstone Street, South Melbourne, Vic 3205

Andrew Crook - Creative Director
M: 0405 768 771

Stuart Leggatt - Director
T: 03 9645 9577
M: 0409 944 185

Some of the Admark team

Admark is a hard-working and dedicated team led by Stu and Andrew.
Between them they have a wealth of national, international and multinational advertising and marketing experience.

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Stuart Leggatt

As Co-Founder of Admark Communications, Stu believes in a simple, strategic, no-nonsense approach that has continually delivered successful outcomes for Admark’s clients.


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Andrew Crook

With boundless passion and enthusiasm for ideas that change
the way clients do business,
Andrew has an insatiable appetite for new influences and an eye for well-crafted work.



Some of the many brands we have worked with

Swimming Australia rebrands

Swimming Australia has appointed Admark to rebrand and deliver a new Brand Architecture.
We’ve been working with them since last year on a number of national events.
The most recent being the Australian Swimming Championships held
over Easter in Sydney.

We’re currently managing a series of brand workshops with an eye to reposition the sport to encourage participation within Australia.
This is to be completed later this year, in time for the Olympic Games held in Rio 2016. It’s a comprehensive task to be finished in record fast time.

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Content is now the king.

If video killed the radio star over thirty years ago, why has it taken so long for video to become the king?Peter Maddison content for RMIT

It’s really very simple. Consumers have always loved story telling with moving images. It’s just taken this long for the internet to deliver at the speeds consumers expect.

Now with 4G video streaming and high-resolution screen technology in the palm of your hand, today’s consumers prefer to watch than read.

Have you ever seen a teenager solve a problem? They watch a video. (Usually on their phone, which is rarely used to voice call people. That’s old fashioned!)

At Admark not only are we planning bespoke multi-channel content strategies, we are also shooting content for nearly all of our clients

This is all done with a broader brand purpose in mind.

Content savvy clients recognise that when you engage viewers they will share the video with others. They will spend longer on your website and more time interacting with your brand. For any social media campaign, any SEO exercise, video is without doubt one of the best tools in the advertising kit bag of tricks.

When it comes to potential reach, video is without peer. YouTube receives more than one billion unique visitors every month – that’s more than any other channel. And with new content platforms popping up every month, the creative possibilities are endless.

A recent campaign we have completed for RMIT University has seen over 50,000 views for each of the films in a single month. By 2017, video will account for 69% of all consumer internet traffic, according to Cisco*.

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Nick McKenzie – Fairfax and Four Corners Journalist

If you want to be a marketing star in your organisation, talk to us about your content strategy needs.

Then, let’s shoot some video. It kills any other medium.

*Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2014-2019 White Paper




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