Pead PR has added a tourism jewel to its business after winning a competitive pitch for Milford Sound and Queenstown premium tourism operator, Southern Discoveries.
The New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB’s election coverage has been launched, with a co-branded marketing campaign encouraging New Zealanders to stay well-informed on the major political issues.
Peter Brown – founder of K Rd agency Roycroft Brown – has taken up the cudgels on behalf of the humble street poster ad. “The key is the two-second test,” he says in a Q+A in the latest issue of Phantom Billstickers’ Phan Mail: “Does it convey the message quickly and clearly?”
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Fairfax Media NZ – now rebranded as Stuff – has appointed Sinead Boucher as CEO. Previously, she was Fairfax’s group executive editor for four years and before that was part of them team which developed the Stuff website.
Maritime New Zealand has put its creative and media accounts up for pitch after six years with FCB.
Colenso BBDO has emerged in the Clio Awards shortlist – out yesterday – with six finalists. Clemenger BBDO|Touchcast was the only other NZ shop through, with two finalists.
The Future of CX: How AI will humanise every customer journey is top of the menu when Aussie-based CRM outfit Salesforce holds its one-day Basecamp 2017 in Auckland at the end of this month.
Augusto Auckland has today unveiled Labour’s first 2017 election TVC, which focuses on the opportunity New Zealanders have “to seize the moment and vote for a party that will start to build a better country”.
Spark has unveiled its Little can be Huge brand platform, via Colenso BBDO, which aims to celebrate the little victories in life that can add up to huge wins.
In the shift to personalisation at scale, Facebook Australia and New Zealand and its marketing partner Tiger Pistol have announced local community targeting for multi-location marketers.
Yahoo Platforms has developed a new interactive tool – said to be the first media-agnostic tool of its kind in the NZ market – that enables marketers and agencies to explore Yahoo’s proprietary, cross-device data assets to better understand their customers and prospects.