SYDNEY — Australian PR consultancy Sling & Stone has added eight new clients, led by a multi-market assignment for reusable coffee cup brand KeepCup.

The KeepCup assignment spans its home market of Australia along with New Zealand and the US. The product is often described as the world's first barista-standard reusable coffee cup.

In addition, the independent Australian firm has also won Australia and New Zealand PR duties for indoor training app Zwift, and national work for Eventbrite. 

Another five clients have also come aboard as Sling & Stone celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2020, including designer dress rental  GlamCorner, software provider
Qwilr, over 50 community Stitch, plant-based meat startup Fable and New Zealand retirement savings plan Kōura.

"We're not trying to be the biggest agency in the world," said Sling & Stone CEO Vuki Vujasinovic. "But we are competing to become the best in the world for the challengers, disrupters, and entrepreneurs shaping the future. We're purpose-built for that from the ground up and our teams across Sydney, Auckland, and Los Angeles are all firing to start 2020 strong. We enter our tenth year with more focus, passion, and experience than we've ever had."