TVNZ GM Marketing Lynley Kirk-Smith will join International Effie Awards judge Paul Feldwick on the podium at the CAANZ Effectiveness Function in Auckland this Wednesday (October 1).
Auckland digital agency Method Studios has won two Golds at the W3 Awards in New York for their work on the Harrison Grierson website and the Blue Wing Honda Take The Long Way campaign (in collaboration with Chemistry Interaction).
From today the businesses formerly known as APN NZ, TRN and GrabOne are unifying their print, radio, digital and e-commerce brands under one new, overarching brand, NZME.
Auckland content marketing shop BrandWorld has made three new appointments: Kathryn Allemann (formerly of TVNZ), Tristan Ogden (ex Blacksand), and journalist Rhonwyn Newson, who takes over the editor role at Family Health Diary magazine.
From this Monday (29 September), the NZ Herald aims to arm real estate agents with the ammunition they need to grow and secure vendor advertising.
Thirty-nine NZ entries have made it through to the Spikes Asia shortlists overnight – seven in PR, one in Design, 11 in Digital, one in Mobile, six in Print, five in Outdoor, and nine in Media.
Global digital media think-tank X Media Lab and Unitec Auckland have combined to present a one-day masterclass with LA-based Jeff Gomez, entitled Transmedia Storytelling.
Sugar&Partners CD Dave Nash is putting the finishing touches in place for his Glug NZ project (motto: Done is better than said) in the Britomart on Thursday 16 October – a night of inspiration for creative types. “Just think TED, but smaller with rum, beer and hot chips,” he says.
JWT has produced a new spot to leverage Ford New Zealand’s sponsorships of the All Blacks, BlackCaps and BlackSticks by celebrating the people who make our sporting success possible – the supporters.
Sydney-based film company Revolver has rebranded with a new identity, brand campaign and website inspired by the closing credits in movies. The rebrand was created by Sydney consultancy, Holt.