The 2014 Football World Cup, which kicked off in Brazil Friday morning, has already generated more social buzz than any comparable event ever.
While most of adland was packing their matching set of Louis Vuitton luggage bound for the south of France to take things all too seriously, Sugar&Partners CDs Dave Nash & Damon O’Leary stormed London’s satirical Chip Shop Awards.
Parnell-based brand communications agency The Business has won Davanti Consulting after a pitch.
The other agencies have not been identified – and there was no incumbent of note.
NZAX-listed mobile advertising technology company Snakk Media has today unveiled increased revenues – and announced it is to open an office in Singapore.
New Zealand cancer charity Look Good Feel Better has undergone a makeover of its own with the help of Brother Design. The first in a series of above-the-line print ads will launch during an awareness campaign for Feel Better Month in July and beyond.
Social Media Club Auckland has announced the finalists for the #SMCAKLS 2014.
“Oar rev wah,” says Draft senior creative Peter Vegas – our special correspondent in Cannes – as he packs his bags for The Great Festival.
YouTube has unveiled its top 10 most popular global video ads since last year’s Cannes festival.
The Marketing Association is a finalist for the second year running in the NFP category of the AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards.
The London International Awards has extended its entry deadline by two weeks – to Monday 30 June 30, meaning entrants who have already completed the entry process can now file newly released work.