Carat NZ has appointed OMD’s Jonathan Sorensen to the role of group business director on some of the agency’s highest profile accounts, including ASB Bank and DB Breweries.
After four months of animation, 1100 hours of set construction and enough rehearsals to wear out a few pairs of big red shoes, DDB is guiding McDonald’s new The Ronald Show – The Hamburglar Hunt on its current tour of New Zealand.
AUCKLAND, Monday: APN Outdoor has cemented its standing as a pre-eminent company in New Zealand for airport advertising, successfully winning a pitch for Queenstown Airport.
Oat the Goat an interactive, animated web-based story created by FCB and Assembly has won Australia’s Awwwards Website of the Month.
Social media agency Socialites has announced its first clients for the Socialites Social Coaching Academy, with two new training programmes developed to elevate already successful people through enabling them to maximise their social media potential.
Stuff has today confirmed another strategic move to support where the business is headed with the realignment of its product management team – and the roles are dominated by females.
Lotto jumped up to the top spot in June’s Colmar Brunton Top 10 TVCs poll, after missing out on the top 3 in May. Speights carries on as a Kiwi favourite only dropping one place to third from the previous month.
Auckland digital agency Little Giant, Linked by Isobar has appointed Ian Howard to the newly created position of managing director. The creation of the role follows another period of strong growth for Little Giant which now boasts a team of 45 digital experts.
Strategy Creative Christchurch has been named as one of 130 winners at Communication Arts magazine’s annual awards for its work on Okko, a New Zealand company that specialises in shipping European professional camera filters to worldwide clients.
Colmar Brunton has announced two senior appointments – both from within the company. Kerri Tait is moving into the chief client officer (Auckland) role and Brian Turner has been appointed as head of client service (Auckland).
The Spikes Asia has chosen five Aussies among its 13 jury presidents from across the region for its 2018 creative awards in Singapore in September – but the organisers have turned a blind eye to potential Kiwi jurors.
Y&R New Zealand executive creative director Kim Pick has been selected for ‘super-jury’ duty at Australia’s 2018 AWARD School.