Colenso BBDO has won one of only two Facebook Blue awards for its Amnesty International New Zealand campaign, Trial by Timeline. (For Blue, read Gold!)
The 10th Auckland Semi-Permanent conference kicks off at Aotea Centre this Friday (2 May). The two-day event aims to “inspire, impress and challenge” all who come.
M&C Saatchi is to pull out of Auckland, and the agency’s head office in London is in negotiation to sell the business to its Auckland joint CEOs Dave King & Tony Burt.
Saatchi & Saatchi has launched a new campaign that aims to talk to Telecom residential customers about the telco’s new, unlimited broadband data plans.
Ponsonby-based full-service indie ad agency Blackfoot has lured media heavyweight Dale Spencer back to the New Zealand media arena from his role in establishing media360 in Melbourne.
Ben Goodale, Managing Director of .99 and justONE, updates M+AD readers on how the big merger is going so far.
Curious Film and Clemenger Wellington have won three Golds at the annual ANDY Awards in New York.
Colenso BBDO has hired Tim Freeman as digital executive producer, leading the agency’s digital & technology production team.
MediaWorks TV has appointed Inna Goikhman as Director of Research & Analytics, replacing Inna replaces Director of Research & Insight Rachel Cormack, who is leaving to move overseas, and continues to work for MediaWorks TV on a project basis.
McCann London commissioned award-wining photographer Max Oppenheim to creative the 2014 campaign for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity (which will run Sunday 15 June to Saturday 21 June). Oppenheim’s brief: to perfect the art of the classic stock shot.