Mango wins Kiwi Property & Winstone Aggregates

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AUCKLAND, Today: Mango Aotearoa is celebrating two new business appointments, following competitive pitches – Kiwi Property and Winstone Aggregates.

Mango MD Claudia Macdonald said: “The wins see Mango bolster its full-service offering, with more than 10 clients now using the agency’s corporate services, which complements its well-established consumer, experiential and social/digital skills.

“Having delivered communications campaigns for Kiwi Property over the last five years, Mango has now been formally appointed as its retained public relations agency.  The work will encompass ongoing internal and external communications, amplifying Kiwi Property as New Zealand’s leading property company.

“With developments in mixed-use, retail, office and managed property across New Zealand, including flagship shopping centre, Sylvia Park, the appointment will see Mango bring Kiwi Property’s vision to a wide range of audiences.”

“We’ve enjoyed working with Mango over the past five years and are looking forward to building on this foundation.”

Kiwi Property’s Campbell Hodgetts says he’s pleased with the appointment following a careful assessment nt of the business’ needs.

“We’ve enjoyed working with Mango over the past five years and are looking forward to building on this foundation.

“We were impressed by the thinking pulled together for the pitch and look forward to working more closely with Mango to take our communications to the next level.”Continuing the infrastructure theme, Mango has also been appointed by Winstone Aggregates to deliver digital and social strategy and implementation for both internal and external communications on behalf of New Zealand’s quarry industry pioneers.c

At press time, it was not clear who was the incumbent.

One of the largest manufacturers and distributors of high-quality aggregates in the country for more than 150 years, much of New Zealand is built on Winstone Aggregates’ products.

Key projects include the Auckland Harbour Bridge, Sky Tower, Wellington Sky Stadium and Christchurch city following the 2011 earthquake, making it a major player in New Zealand’s roading, concrete and building industries.

Winstone Aggregates GM David Welsh said: “The team at Mango have given us great clarity and excitement about what we can achieve through our communications and, importantly, their people are a great fit with us and super easy to work with.”

Claudia Macdonald said: “Kiwi Property and Winstone Aggregates are two fantastic Kiwi businesses delivering immense value to Aotearoa, economically, though employment opportunities, and quite literally by changing the shape of our country through projects of the pipeline.”

About Mango Aotearoa
With offices in Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne, Mango is part of the DDB Group and was founded in New Zealand in 2000.

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