Five senior creatives from Ogilvy & Mather shared their views – in depth – on this year’s NZ general election campaigns with Herald on Sunday readers yesterday. They even took sharp blue pencils to some of the work, including the slogans.
Grey Lynn-based production company Screentime NZ has hired production executive Tina McLaren to oversee the growing slate of fiction and non-fiction Screentime projects.
Has the Scribe story caught your eye like it has ours? Allow us to point you in the direction of Jack Tame’s insightful piece, which ran in the Herald on Sunday yesterday.
FCB and Finch have shot a new 60-second spot for Vodafone which aims to celebrate the talent and tenacity of New Zealand business owners, and highlight how Vodafone can support them with their expertise in digital connectivity.
The TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards are on the horizon, and the Marketing Association is currently hawking the tickets.
Campaign Asia Pacific has named Colenso BBDO group business director Brodie Reid as a Woman to Watch in 2017. “Meet the future champions of change,” says the site’s brand director Atifa Hargrave-Silk, introducing the site’s list of 40 women.
Strategy Creative Auckland’s studio will have a new managing partner from today with Melanie Spencer stepping into the role. She finishes her current position as general manager at commercial interior design group Spaceworks, to join Strategy Auckland creative partner and studio founder, Gideon Keith.
The decisions of two close friends to migrate to different parts of the world has, in the fullness of time, resulted in the creation of a multinational full-service public relations agency.
Facebook continues to grow its Sydney-based Creative Shop with the announcement of four senior hires to support the ANZ business.
When the latest series of HBO’s Game of Thrones launched globally, Neon marked the release with a nationwide Snapchat lens allowing fans to turn themselves into an ice-breathing White Walker.
US-based digital content company Jukin Media has announced that it is expanding into ANZ – although the main focus of its expansion will be on Australia, with the NZ side of the business managed remotely.
Kardashian fans (of whom M+AD is not one) might like to head to B&T Australia and The Hollywood Reporter websites (scroll down) to catch up on the latest news, including their cover shoot (which B&T reluctantly labelled “stunning”).