AUCKLAND, Tuesday: FCB and Fire & Emergency NZ have partnered with celebrity chef Josh Emett to remind Kiwis that unattended cooking is the main cause of house fires in New Zealand.
AUCKLAND, Today: Just a few years shy of its 100th anniversary, NZ health & wellness brand Red Seal – with long-time agency partners Studio Nash and MBM, alongside Film Construction – has launched the first part of its new global brand positioning Incredible Inside with a two-tiered campaign that was briefed, concepted, produced and filmed entirely within lockdown.
AUCKLAND, Today: Mark Morrison’s hit Return of the Mack has this week become a celebratory anthem as Macca’s golden arches flicker back on for business.
WELLINGTON, Tuesday: The NZ Government’s new spot for Covid-19 communication reminds Kiwis that “we’re in this together, and the stronger we are today, the sooner we will welcome tomorrow”.
AUCKLAND, Today: With the recent Covid-19 pandemic highlighting the importance of NZ’s essential services warriors, Augusto worked with Wendy’s on a proactive TV & online campaign to allow the Warriors players who are currently in lockdown to send their thanks to those working on the frontline.
AUCKLAND, Today: The Warehouse, through DDB NZ, have this morning released a new campaign, Teddy. Warehouse marketing GM Anna Lawrence said: “Teddy speaks to the highly popular New Zealand Bear Hunt phenomenon allowing Kiwis of all ages to spread joy and connectedness from their windowsill.
AUCKLAND, Today: KidsCan with support from DDB & OMD have launched an appeal to fund food packages for Kiwi families hit hardest by the Covid-19 lockdown measures. The campaign has already received a kickstart donation of $19,000 from Cookie Time Charitable Trust and has raised nearly $300,000 in its first two days.
AUCKLAND, Today: For many Kiwi families living in poverty, accessing enough food to feed the family is a daily challenge. Last month, DDB NZ teamed up with KidsCan to create a confronting campaign that gives the audience a heartbreaking glimpse into the reality of many New Zealanders’ scrambling to put food on the table.
LAS VEGAS, Monday: Trump may be at sea – but the Thrive Cannabis Marketplace, the largest independently owned cannabis retailer in Nevada, has enacted a delivery-only business model to comply with new Covid-19 public health mandates – and retained Las Vegas-based creative agency Artisans On Fire to create an ad campaign.
AUCKLAND, Today: TBWA, Ikon and Assembly Films have put to air a groundbreaking new piece of TV work for 2degrees – #togetherwecam – aimed at oiling electronic social intercourse during the lockdown.