AUCKLAND, Monday: Following the brand relaunch last year, Rainger & Rolfe and Healtheries have developed new advertising to promote the Gummies supplement range.
AUCKLAND, Today: Special Group New Zealand has created a new film for a new branding campaign, It Starts With a Yes, for Aussie telecoms provider Optus.
AUCKLAND, Today: No-one knows the comings and goings of a street like your local NZ Post courier. So FCB has created Three Timing Trixie, a brand spot that tells the tale of a philandering feline getting around multiple homes to maximise her mealtimes.
AUCKLAND, Today: Wellington & Auckland full-service indie BCG2 has created a new lifestyle campaign for specialised rural insurance company FMG.
MT MAUNGANUI, Today: BoP-based creative agency Wave has devised a new digital campaign for agricultural management tool OverseerFM, letting Kiwi farmers know they have choices when it comes to managing sustainable impact.
AUCKLAND, Monday: Pitchblack’s latest campaign for the Almighty healthy-drinks brand literally sings the praises of its new Sparkling Water range, for both its low sugar content and its sustainable packaging.
AUCKLAND, Today: Newton-based ad agency Motion Sickness has launched a new education campaign for Netsafe, called Your News Bulletin.
AUCKLAND, Friday: Parnell-based social media & content agency Culture has launched a campaign, Richer With Me, which implores citizens to use social media for good.
AUCKLAND, Tuesday: CBD-based behavioural agency NeuroSpot has tapped into the wonders of neuroscience to optimise the performance of Trustpower’s We’ve Got The Time campaign.
AUCKLAND, Tuesday: In February, Burger King and Pitchblack convinced the beef-loving town of Bulls to try the new plant-based Rebel Whopper. In the first six weeks after launch, sales were +87% above sales forecast and, with the burger selling out momentarily in some restaurants, it would become one of BK’s most successful launches.