AUCKLAND, Monday: oOh!media and Auckland Transport have combined to bring a slice of te reo Māori to the streets of Tāmaki Makaurau in light of this week’s Māori Language Week.
AUCKLAND, Today: NZ-owned gobal plant-based remedies business Artemis has chosen Rainger and Rolfe as its agency partner to help bring to life a centuries-old brand story. There was no pitch and no incumbent – previously, comms were developed in-house.
AUCKLAND, Sunday: Herald on Sunday columnist Paul Catmur’s take on redundancy: “Loyalty is an important value in friends, family, and dogs, but companies, like any artificial organisation, are naturally incapable of expressing loyalty.
AUCKLAND, Friday: OOH specialist Go Media is helping Te Taura Whiri/Māori Language Commission to continue with their award-winning campaign Māori Language Moment.
AUCKLAND, Friday: Two senior Colenso BBDO people are about to check out – chief creative officer Levi Slavin, and executive business director Ahmad Salim.
AUCKLAND, Friday: The latest Nielsen audience numbers show that, for the second survey in a row, more than 2.2 million Kiwis are reading the NZ Herald each week across print and digital.
AUCKLAND, Today: dentsu has created a new campaign for Rangitikei Free Range Chicken, aimed at influencing the brand selection of those who now prefer natural chicken.
AUCKLAND, Today: “It’s not all gloom,” says Lumo founder/ceo Phil Clemas, taking issue with some of the negative reports emerging from media sectors coping with the Covid effect on their numbers.
AUCKLAND, Today: Creative agency Motion Sickness’s vegetable-based drama-crime-comedy-online-web-series, The Eggplant, is back with a new one-off special episode, this time tackling misinformation.
AUCKLAND, Today: With a goal to become the most sustainable company in NZ, The Warehouse has launched the next chapter to the Sustainable & Affordable story by DDB Aotearoa, showcasing the steps they’re taking on their journey to make it easier for Kiwis to live more sustainably.