Auckland brand development indie Lachlan McPherson & Friends has created a campaign for Rodney Wayne – perhaps NZ’s most awarded hair salon brand – to unveil the launch of the brand’s #devotedtoyou collection.
New World’s regular Christmas guest, Noel, returns to NZ screens this summer, starring in a new 60” TVC – the third annual instalment of this enduring Christmas campaign over the years.
Saatchi & Saatchi has launched a new brand campaign for KiwiPlates, encouraging Kiwis to embrace whatever they’re into and “own it” with a personalised plate.
Award-winning Kiwi photographer/director Tom Gould has teamed up with youth travel company Contiki to create its latest instalment of The Travel Project, a content-led series exploring the ways in which travel makes us better humans.
Compiled for M+AD by Colmar Brunton client executive Andy Strain: “A very similar Top 3 to last month,” he writes. “KFC jumps up to 2nd and pushed Spark out of the Top 3.”
Samsung has a long tradition of mocking Apple’s new products – and there’s no way the Korean giant is going to let the iPhone X escape unscathed.
PHD New Zealand has matched the changing video habits of Heineken drinkers with what it calls “New Zealand’s first 100% connected television (CTV) ad campaign”.
Farmers has engaged FCB to focus on evolving their brand strategy, the initial manifestation of which will be a new brand TV ad for Christmas – the first of this style of advertising for the iconic Kiwi retailer.
Tip Top ice cream has launched a new creative platform, Good to Share, with a 30-second brand film, OOH and digital from Colenso BBDO.
As summer inches closer, many Kiwis are cutting the carbs to get their bodies beach-ready. With this in mind, DDB and Speight’s have teamed up to create a humorous new spot that every Kiwi bloke can relate to.
“Dear Ed,” writes an Aussie PR person of our acquaintance, “we crossed paths years ago when I was doing PR for Clemenger BBDO Melbourne and Biggsy was CEO – no doubt you’re back in touch with him now he’s back home!
To celebrate the launch and to support further fundraising efforts for the new Monash Children’s Hospital Imagination Appeal, DDB Melbourne’s creative team reached out to Cirkus in New Zealand to produce an animated short, demonstrating the power of a child’s imagination.