Facebook’s global revenue in Q2 reached US$2.9 billion, an increase of 61% compared with $1.8 billion in the second quarter of 2013, according to a report supplied direct to M+AD from Facebook Australasia.
The latest campaign from Lotto by DDB aims to show that with a quick scratch and a bit of luck you can win instantly with Instant Kiwi.
Tourism NZ and an independent South Island drone operator have combined forces to launch a camera-drone aerial photo service for skiers – and made a video to market the service in Australia.
Ogilvy & Mather engaged engaging Kiwi comedian Madeleine Sami to front its new campaign for Kleenex Cottonelle flushable moistened wipes. “This is the freshest my bum has ever felt,” she says happily in It Takes Two – Ep 1.
Nielsen NZ is to launch RDA Research’s geoTribes segmentation within its Consumer & Media Insights (CMI) service.
MediaWorks Radio has leveraged The Sound’s music know-how by producing two compilation CDs, retailing them throughout NZ, and promoting them strongly (on MediaWorks TV, naturally).
Copplestone exits InMobi: Global mobile advertising company InMobi has parted company – amiably – with its NZ head of sales, Mark Copplestone.
Federation has launched a Transformer-style campaign for new client James Hardie.
In celebration of Lydia Ko’s triumph at the Marathon Classic in Ohio and her world number two ranking, “proud” sponsor ANZ is giving fans the chance to win with help from Ko herself in an online golfing game.
Saatchi raids DDB for retail CD: Saatchi & Saatchi strengthens retail capabilities with the appointment of Creative Director Jordan Sky.
Grey Lynn-based agency Union Digital has put the All Blacks onto Pump spring water bottles to promote a “Pumped Up” fan experience.