Klick Communications today announced that it has expanded its current operations in Sydney and Los Angeles to include an office in Honolulu, Hawai’i.
The new office means Klick will become the first Australian communications agency to have a presence on both mainland USA and in the Hawaiian Islands.
With a large number of visitors to Hawaiʻi coming from mainland US and Australia, Klick will be able to work with local Hawaiʻi businesses wanting to extend their reach into these markets. The tourism opportunities in Hawaiʻi complement Klick’s core areas of expertise in the travel, luxury and lifestyle sectors.
Founder of Klick Communications, Kim McKay, said that opening a Hawaiʻi office had been a long-held dream since Klick was the appointed public relations agency for Hawaiʻi Tourism Oceania in 2009.
“There’s a wealth of opportunities for us as an agency in the market. We’ve already welcomed eleven partners including The Modern Honolulu, bills Sydney, Courtyard Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel and the Hawai’i International Film Festival.”
Kim McKay, Founder of Klick Communications,
Headquartered in Sydney, Klick’s expansion comes after a consistent period of growth and new partner wins over the past 12 months.
Klick Hawai’i foundation partners include- The Modern Honolulu, Courtyard Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel, luxury footwear brand OluKai, T Galleria Hawaiʻi, bills Sydney, Hawaiʻi International Film Festival, botanical boutique, Paiko, Nite Run Hawaiʻi, Leahi Swim School, Black Sand Publishing, who represent Hawaii artists Heather Brown and Zak Noyle, and Hawai’i Island Italian inspired restaurant, Pueo’s Osteria.
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