Leading NZ workplace media & content network VMO Work has broken the NZ half-million professional-worker audience milestone, according to the latest data.
The Marketing Association has appointed two new members to its board – KiwiBank marketing GM Regan Savage, and Sealord GM Stuart Yorson. Fronde COO Emma Watson has been reappointed.
Onetime Saatchi & Saatchi Wellington GM Michael Rebelo has announced his departure after six years at the helm of Saatchi Sydney. He is passing the ceo mantle over to newly appointed successor, Anthony Gregorio.
How many media companies have an arts specialist? “We do,” proclaims Phantom Billboards managing partner/chief billsticker Robin McDonnell, proudly.
Y&R Engage has picked up a Gold and a Silver at the APAC division of the Festival of Media in Singapore for the agency’s hardcore Apocalypse Steve Hansen – Don’t Lose Your Biscuit campaign.
Assignment has launched TVNZ’s Stop:Watch campaign for the network’s coverage of the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The TV component of the campaign was produced by TVNZ Blacksand.
This week M+AD’s own Kelly Lucas had breakfast with the “Queen of Soundtracks” Karyn Rachtman – originally from Hollwood, now resident in Auckland. The setting was the sunny deck at Rachtman’s home on Waiheke Island.
The Comms Council has announced the appointment of Mindshare managing director Samantha Osborne to the position of Chair for the Media Committee.
Clemenger BBDO Wellington and Colenso BBDO Auckland are through overnight to the second round of finalists for AdFest 2018 in Bankok.
Y&R has given New Zealand-born natural health supplements brand, GO Healthy a new look and go-to-market strategy, launching this week with a new integrated campaign that calls for every man, woman and child, to ‘Go Be You’.
FCB New Zealand was the only agency from Australasia to score Gold at the Advertising Club of New York’s 2018 International Andy Awards at the weekend.
Ascential, the parent company of the Cannes Lions, has named Philip Thomas as its new chairman, taking over from Terry Savage, who finishes his term in June – after 33 years.