Print & Online Advertising & Design Agency
Award Winning Agency
This is truly a wonderful opportunity for an experienced Account Manager to join a well respected design agency. With 4 Australasian offices, they have an exceptionally talented team of creative’s and designers who produce quality award winning work.
This role will work closely with an Account Director, with a design and advertising background.
The client list is varied, covering print and digital – local and international work – and you will see this from completion to execution of projects along with managing budgets, documentation and the timely delivery of work, whilst keeping in communication with your client at all times.
You’ll have at least 5 years account management experience in a design or advertising related environment. Experience in brief writing, interpretation and confident whilst briefing creatives is all part and parcel of this role.
If you would like to join a close knit design agency, take ownership of your projects, and learn from a highly talented team, please send your cv to Debbie Kitson at Portfolio Recruitment at Portfolio Recruitment, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit our website www.portfoliorecruit.co.nz
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Who’s it for: Tower Insurance by Barnes, Catmur & Friends
Why we like it: While the subject matter in this ad is a little strange (a penguin nicking off with little kids’ bikes), we’ve got to admit, the miniature interviews with the children are pretty cute. When posed the question “What would you do if a penguin stole your bike?” the kids react in a variety of ways. Some in disbelief, others in anger and one small boy inferring it’s impossible because they live in “Antarcria”. We like that Tower has taken a light-hearted and funny approach to a potentially dull subject like insurance, despite the ad’s bizarre concept.
Who's it for: 2degrees by Special Group and Curious
Why we like it: 'There are two kinds of people' sounds like the start of a lecture from your parents (and it's also a cool Tumblr). But it's also a simple way to sell 2degrees' simple new broadband plans.
Who’s it for: LG by Hustle & Bustle and Fish&Clips
Why we like it: It’s always a clever approach for brands to use their own products to market their products, as evidenced by the likes of GoPro, Canon and Nikon’s campaigns. And LG has given this a crack with its latest campaign which encompasses four short stories shot entirely on an LG G4. It’s not just the marketing approach we like, the stories, which are of Kiwis discussing the passions for their crafts, are also good and it puts the spotlight on smaller businesses New Zealanders might not have heard of.
We made a big mistake. Or maybe it’s a long mistake. Either way, it’s tasty news for you.Posted by Burger King NZ on Monday, July 20, 2015
Who’s it for: Burger King by Colenso BBDO
Why we like it: Who doesn’t like a healthy bit of self-deprecating humour? And this is clearly an agency taking a dual stab at the often impossible demands made of them by their clients, as well as making light of the fast food industry’s habit of advertising its food looking infinitely better than it does in reality. As evidenced by many such pages on the internet dedicated to the topic, pointing out that instead of receiving a towering burger with fresh buns and juicy lettuce lots of bacon, beef and sauce, it normally looks as if it’s been sat on with the top bun half falling off as its limited ingredients fall out the side. At least we can laugh about it.
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