PADC partners with The Market Herald as Platinum Sponsor: Skulls Awards tickets on sale

PADC partners with The Market Herald as Platinum Sponsor: Skulls Awards tickets on sale

PADC partners with Platinum Sponsor, The Market Herald, as time ticks down for Skulls Awards tickets.


Just in time for one of the biggest nights on the WA creative calendar, your PADC has partnered with The Market Herald, one of Australia’s fastest growing media companies and publishers.

Club President Josh Edge, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to partner with the awesome group of people at The Market Herald, who won us over instantly with their belief in the importance of creativity, design, production and digital excellence in the WA market. This is a fantastic commitment, both financial and personal, that they should be commended for in a creative market like Perth.”

The Market Herald operates as media company and publisher across Australia, Canada and Germany, having recently acquired Gumtree, CarsGuide and Autotrader Group in the Australian Market. They now operate the largest general classified site, the largest digital stock market community, and the largest auto editorial site in Australia, reaching over 10 million households every month, with over 12 million video streams and over 5 billion first party ad impressions. 2023 is shaping up to be a huge exciting year for TMH, as they get ready to launch TMH ONE – an integrated online, video, classifieds and print network serving the largest community of high intent digital buyers and sellers in Australia.

Club Manager Tia Brazier, said: “Everyone knows that it’s a tough market for sponsorships and financial commitments right now, so to have such an important partner make such a strong commitment to the PADC, WA creativity, and particularly the Skulls Awards night, is a fantastic outcome.”

Sarah Lenard, Managing Partner for the Market Herald, said: “We’re proud to partner with the Perth Advertising and Design Club, and we look forward to working with PADC to support the amazing creative talent and design industry in Western Australia. We’ll see you all at the awards night!”

Meanwhile, tickets for the 2022 PADC Skulls, on November 18th, are selling fast and time is running out to purchase before November 4th.

Dress code is cocktail attire.

The 2022 Master of Ceremonies will be none other than Perth boy, comedian, actor, television and radio presenter – Joel Creasey. WA legend Charlie Bucket will also be spinning tunes after the award show formalities have concluded.

Ticket prices for the night are:
Deadline 4th of Nov, 2022
PADC Member: $225+GST
Non-Member: $285+GST

Purchase your tickets now at