News Zinc cracks The Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 list

14th November 2017

Zinc has doubled their turnover in the last four years clocking average revenue growth of 28.2 percent to take 92nd position in The Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 list for 2017.


This result caps off a huge year for Zinc which also saw them take out 10th place in the Great Places to Work awards in August.


“Business success and workplace culture are not things that can be looked at in isolation. We’ve worked hard from day one to build the best workplace in Australia which means we have the best people doing their best work for our clients”.

Peter Cleary, CEO of Zinc.


Over the last 4 years, Zinc’s growth has been driven by a strengthening Australian economy and a series of strategic partnerships throughout the Asia Pacific region resulting in thriving offices in Australia, China, USA, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan and Indonesia.


“Zinc is a marketing agency that thinks differently. We don’t just focus on the promotional element of our clients marketing mix. We can ideate, develop, design, manufacture, distribute, promote and market new products and services from brief through to check-out; locally and globally.”

Peter Cleary, CEO of Zinc.


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We believe in sharing value with stakeholders, clients and the community, which is why since 2012, Zinc has been actively involved with the Cambodian Kids Foundation (CKF) through our Project Help Out initiative.


From marketing services to fund raisers and volunteer trips to the CKF village in Cambodia, Zinc team members are encouraged to actively play a part in making a difference. The success of the business impacts how extensive our involvement with CKF is, which helps motivate team members to go the extra mile, knowing that their contribution translates directly to assisting hundreds of disadvantaged children.


Being recognized by the 2017 AFR Fast 100 in 92nd position means we can continue our work of sharing value back to a part of the world that we are so active in.