SYDNEY, Today: American Express has unveiled its new global brand platform in New Zealand (Powerful Backing: Don’t Do Business / Don’t Live Life Without It) through a 360-degree Ogilvy campaign advertising the American Express Airpoints Platinum Card in partnership with Air New Zealand.
AUCKLAND, Today: FCB has conjured up a new Pak’nSave Stickman series – just in time for Xmas. The creative – including the tvcs – was produced in-house by the agency.
AUCKLAND, Today: November’s Top 10 sees Spark swapping with VTNZ to take the No 1 spot, reports Colmar Brunton client executive Andy Strain, who compiles our monthly list.
SYDNEY, Sunday: Clemenger BBDO Sydney have launched a Christmas campaign across Australia and New Zealand, showcasing HP’s Sprocket portable printer, one of this Christmas’ hottest gifts.
AUCKLAND, Wednesday: DDB has produced a follow-up spot to Lotto New Zealand’s Armoured Truck tvc, part of the Imagine series, revisiting the pair behind the tension-filled spot released earlier this year.
AUCKLAND, Monday: With the fashion industry being a significant contributor to environmental waste, brand agency Switch has developed a new campaign for leading NZ-owned menswear brand Barkers, titled Made For Life.
AUCKLAND, Monday: Colenso BBDO’s latest work for Anchor – created alongside MediaCom, Flare, Franklin Road, and Mango – features Santa in a remote location training for his biggest night of the year.
AUCKLAND, Monday: A confronting account of one man’s struggle for survival at sea inspired a captivating campaign for Maritime NZ using an innovative production technique created by Saatchi & Saatchi, and launched today as Kiwis take to the water for summer.
AUCKLAND, Saturday: Not everybody’s a fan of the current Air NZ TV campaigns: “Please Air NZ – stick to your core business,” wrote “a long-haul pilot” to the Weekend Herald letters column.
VICTORIA, Thursday: Saatchi & Saatchi Melbourne, with Sweetshop director Alexander Brown, have shot a spot for global online bike marketplace BikeExchange, which will screen across 10 markets – including NZ.