Bayleys Real Estate has launched a campaign that aims to celebrate the company’s reputation for teamwork and collaboration.
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.
TBWA has launched a new campaign to showcase the benefits of ANZ’s KiwiSaver scheme. “This is storytelling at its best, using charm, empathy and humour to communicate how this hardworking scheme can help people get on top of their money,” says TBWA ECD Christy Peacock.
Teenagers these days are part of one of the most innovative generations we’ve ever seen. For them, nothing is ever exactly what it seems. Everything can be changed. Everything can be improved – well, maybe not always.
Auckland creative agency True has created a new charming new video to sell Kiwis on the groundbreaking moves the airline has taken (with Silicon Valley food tech start-up Impossible Foods) to give customers a taste of the future.
Auckland creative & production agency Augusto has launched a new Tourism New Zealand global campaign, changing tack from 100% Pure, following TNZ’s recent announcement that it intends to incorporate people and culture into the NZ destination brand.
“Everyone agrees that Chicken Tonight is a family favourite – It’s been that way since the 90s,” we are reminded by the PR people at BC&F Dentsu in a release this morning.
Colenso BBDO is launching Skinny’s new brand platform Get The Skinny, created in collaboration with PhD and Platform 29, which sets out to prove that Skinny will do anything to keep prices low and customers happy, by recruiting the world’s biggest names.
Special Group plans to continue the 100% 19-year Pure New Zealand campaign after Tourism New Zealand appointed the agency in a pitch last week.
Countdown’s busting out all the rhymes in a new brand platform, its first campaign by Y&R with support from Ogilvy Media.
Despite his name sitting on shelves in supermarkets nationwide, and plastered over the front of over 40 cafes, Kiwis know very little about Robert Harris. Some people weren’t aware he was a real man, let alone an important figure in NZ’s coffee history.
Following a record-breaking year for the TAB, when new customers grew by 21%, Y&R New and MBM, have released their latest campaign for the business, ahead of the Football World Cup 2018.