Over 1200 chauffeured guests descended on 18 Auckland design venues (in Ponsonby, Newmarket, Parnell and Eden Terrace) to sample the city’s most beautiful products at Urbis Designday over the weekend.
The NZ Marketing Association has brought six fresh faces to its 2017 board and regional committees, following it’s GM last week.
Auckland design agency Brother has helped Foodstuffs’ Pams brand win Gold, Silver and Bronze at the fourth annual Vertex International Design Awards in Chicago.
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MediaWorks Radio ceo Wendy Palmer has decided to step down, according to a release just in from network’s PR team.
FCB has launched a new campaign for the New Zealand Fire Service. Escape My House is an interactive 360-degree/virtual reality experience that takes place inside a real house fire.
OMD traded in a normal day at the office to participate in Do Good Day, an annual event that gives the agency and its staff the chance to give back to communities in need.
When M+AD went out yesterday, the results from Adfest Thailand were still trickling in – consequently, our list was not complete. Here’s the final score …
Australia-based car giants Holden and Kia have confirmed they have pulled their advertising from Google’s YouTube in response to reports of extremist and hate ads running alongside legitimate content.
New Zealand’s Clemenger BBDO & Colenso BBDO stood out at Adfest Pattaya over the weekend, winning five Gold Lotuses (or their equivalents), two Silvers and a Bronze between them. No other NZ entries made it past the finals.