Online advertising company Acquire Online is rebranding in response to the shifting dynamics of the programmatic advertising market, which has experienced rapid growth in the past few years.
Ponsonby-based QMS NZ has forged a long-term strategic partnership with iSEE network, adding a further 21 digital roadside billboards to the combined portfolio – 19 of these sites are located in Auckland, and more in Rotorua and Whangarei.
LONDON, Today: D&AD has released the briefs for New Blood Awards 2019, simultaneously launching Make and Break, a WPP-sponsored podcast series which aims to bring insight from the New Blood Academy to the wider world.
AUCKLAND, Today: The Comms Council has unveiled the schedule for its 2019 Beacon Awards – which recognise NZ’s best media campaigns (held in association with NZME).
LONDON, Thursday: DDB NZ has scored one finalist in the Non-Traditional category at the London International Awards. And Colenso BBDO and DDB have both been shortlisted in The New category.
The Radio Bureau has named its judges for the 2019 Orca Awards. They are FCB CCO James Mok, Ogilvy ECD Lisa Fedyszyn, BC&F Dentsu managing partner Luke Farmer, and AUT senior lecturer Trevor Plant.
AUCKLAND, Thursday: TBWA\ has launched the season of Shakespeare in the first of a series of creative campaigns for Pop-up Globe following their appointment as creative agency.
The Warehouse has teamed up with Mattel – with a little help from DDB, OMG, NZME and Spark PR & Activate –to launch NZ’s own exclusive version of Scrabble – “chocka full of 300 Kiwi words”.
Campaign Asia-Pacific has unveiled its annual 40 Under 40 recipients with two Kiwis making the list – indie design & ad agency Run Auckland co-founder Raymond McKay, and DAN Auckland ceo Robert Harvey.
LONDON, Wednesday: DDB New Zealand has succeeded with two campaigns across the finals line in the Poster category at the London International Awards.