Dry July, the fundraiser that challenges Kiwis to go booze-free for a month to support adults living with cancer, has announced the appointment of Impact PR as its public relations agency in New Zealand for this year’s campaign.
2015 CAANZ Beacons Awards has closed, but entries for the Media Agency of the Year – an entered category within the Beacons – has just issued its own call for entries.
Mai FM is now broadcasting Waikato-wide following a successful bid at the frequency auction back in December where MediaWorks paid a record $2.5 million to secure the licence for the next 18 years.
Designworks NZ has further strengthened its interactive design and digital marketing offering with the acquisition of Auckland based agency Union Digital.
The Cannes Lions organisation has announced the launch of the Glass Lion: The Lion for Change, an award with the support of LeanIn.Org which specifically recognises work that challenges gender bias and shatters stereotypical images of men and women which remain rooted in marketing messages.
Clio 2015 has issued its Call for Entries with a deadline of Friday 3 April.
The CAANZ Legal Seminar|When Social Media Goes Bad has touched a nerve – all 50 seats to the event at Simpson Greerson on Wednesday 4 March have been snapped up (at $85+gst per head).
GroupM media agency Mindshare has opened an office in New Zealand and appointed former Ogilvy NZ media chief Samantha Osbourne to run it.
Woman’s Day is launching a major new campaign aimed at helping women prioritise their own needs and wellbeing by taking some “me-time”.
The 2016 Harbourview Sculpture Trail is hoping ad agency creatives will submit proposals to exhibit at the next showing on the Te Atatu peninsula on 4-20 March 2016.