Last week, Australasian beverage manufacturer Frucor announced a name change to Frucor Suntory, marking the extent of the relationship it holds with parent company Suntory Beverage and Food Limited. We chat to group chief executive Jonathan Moss about bringing the two companies together and their evolution over the past eight years.
A teacher who taught in a war zone, an environmental activist who put her body in harm's way and an unlikely speaker of Te Reo come together in a heartwarming spot that serves to showcase that being a New Zealander has less to do with the way we look and far more to do with who we are.
With Amazon reviews offering insight into what real people think about products, many have again predicted the death of the idea of brands. But Simon Bird argues the Grim Reaper can stop sharpening his scythe for now.
This week, it was reported that the New Zealand Labour Party had appointed Australian agency Moss Group to manage its election campaign. This move would be controversial enough in its own right but adding further complexity is the fact that the agency recently created a political ad slammed across the ditch for being 'racist' and 'xenophobic'.
Ever since news broke that Many Minds had won a weighty chunk of project work for V Energy, the industry has been curious as to what the creative shop would deliver. After two months, the wait has finally ended with the release of Many Minds’ first work for the client. But things haven't exactly gone according to plan.