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About Mahlab

Filled with passion. Powered by curiosity. Driven by results. For more than 20 years, we have been helping brands build and engage audiences.

Background

Founded as a custom publishing company in 1997 by Bobbi Mahlab AM, our Sydney-headquartered agency has never stood still. Whilst our core principle has stayed the same – the best content marketing combines editorial excellence with an audience-first mindset – the scope of work and our capabilities always evolve. We are now a 45-strong, fully integrated marketing and communications agency, producing content, communications and strategy for a diverse range of domestic and international clients.

How we work

At Mahlab we believe the best way to help brands connect with audiences is by delivering value for both. Our approach is to support curiosity and creativity with research and strategy. When audiences are informed or delighted and brands achieve their objectives – that’s success. 

Our team

Founder and Chair

Chief Executive and Head of Client Services

Head of Communications, PR and Social

Head of Strategy

Head of Creative

Head of Content

Group Sales Ops Manager

Our awards

Careers

Find out more about our career opportunities here.

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