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    This Parnell- based agency, of much renown, needs an account manager itching for the next step up – you’ll be working on a range of recognised brands, helping craft ad solutions for every level of the comms spectrum, whilst impressing clients with you’re the accuracy and timeliness of your work. Working with the agency’s well known and most respected owners, you’ll have the opportunity to exhibit your abilities and ambition right in front of them, guaranteeing career progress as you prove yourself – 2-3 years agency experience will set you up ideally for this role – call today for a full JD.

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    Who’s it for: Mai by MediaWorks and Radlab Productions.

    Why we like it: It's nice to see the faces behind the voices in this ad. It's simple and feel-good, all while poking fun at some of the conventions of a music montage. Behind-the-scenes tricks like a hairdryer wind machine and torch spotlight are on full display for an extra laugh. 

    Who’s it for: MacKenzie Bread (Goodman Fielder) by The Enthusiasts and Curious Film

    Why we like it: There's nothing like a bread ad to tug on the heartstrings. The grocery staple is as important to our lives as, well, (bread and) butter, so it's no wonder MacKenzie Bread likes to celebrate the process of creating its fine loaf. Nothing good comes easy but this ad makes it look easy as. 

    Who’s it for: Air New Zealand by Exposure

    Why we like it: The latest installment of Air New Zealand's 'Where to Next?' campaign follows the same formula as its predecessors. Now the campaign has been around for a couple of years the latest ad seems familiar despite it being brand new. Showcasing Chicago and Los Angeles, it really makes us believe any destination is a possibility for our next trip.

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