Our client is made up of a team of best-in-breed digital marketing practitioners who work together to push the digital capabilities of their clients forward. They are located in central Auckland.
Delivering market leading digital strategy, media and creative to a mix of both local and international clients – this role will primarily focus on working with a selection of set clients, managing the projects, content and improving client sales figures.
You will have at least 5+ years’ experience in a client service role, having worked with clients across the automotive, FMCG or banking sectors and always look to deliver value and performance to a high standard.
Working with both internal and external stakeholders to deliver campaign and strategy presentations, you will track progress of your client’s activities and understand their key content deliverables and timelines.
If you have an excellent client management track record, and looking to work with a busy content agency, and this sounds like the opportunity for you, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: Job 2476.
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So you’re saying the idea is the logo that was put on it? Then no, it doesn’t deserve idea of the year. As an industry, we’re a lot better than this.
Yes, but what about the other Cannes winner this year that used the same idea. Doesn't mean it's not good, just not 'the' best idea.
Hi Claire. You're right, drawing things with a GPS exercise app isn't new. In fact you weren't even the first person to do it. The"idea" here is the link to Testicular Cancer and the fact that exercise is one of ...
The idea of the year 'Go Balls Out' is not an original idea. Claire Wyckoff, a creative at Wieden+Kennedy has been using Nike Plus to draw dicks since 2014, as covered in a lot of international press. She even contacted ...
Just a point on Losers 2. Radio Live is Mediaworks, Radio Sport is NZME
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Who's it for: Vodafone Warriors
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Who's it for: Meadow Fresh by Y&R
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