Superstar Senior Account Manager to work with high profile brands and a talented team.
Do you have four years’ experience in PR/activation in NZ or overseas?.
Are you serious about joining a successful, growing company at the forefront of the new hybrid approach to PR/creative/partnerships/content/activations?
Are you ready to work with exciting, expanding, admired brands and create lifetime client relationships?
Are you super-organised and one step ahead of everyone?
Are you excited by working closely with multiple clients in diverse categories?
Do you relish the opportunity to build expertise beyond your core skill of media relations to creative management, media and collab partnerships, social media community management, content creation and event management?
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Are you entrepreneurial and self-starting?
Do you put your hand up to take on new clients and projects?
Have you got hustle?
Hustle & Bustle is a fast-growing boutique PR and brand agency with amazing clients from champagne to property, hospitality to technology and design. Our client portfolio includes Champagne G.H.Mumm, Perrier-Jouët, King Living, The International, Viaduct Harbour, Metro Restaurant of the Year, LG, Seed Heritage NZ and Singapore, McLaren, SKHY apartments, Grey Goose, Bombay Sapphire, Blunt Umbrellas …
lots of actors in it, unlike recruitment
NZTA falls apart with the dated look and delivery. Nothing believable, just advertising. Sorry but more realism, storytelling and believability could have made this standout, but it fails.
want to elaborate on that? did you hate the recruitment ad also?
Another waste of taxpayers' money and police time.
Right on the money as always. Microinfluencers get so much more engagement - and the good ones don't have to pay for fake followers! And I'm with you on Snapchat. You think you look better with a dog's face?!
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Who’s it for: New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) by Clemenger BBDO.
Why we like it: Ubiquitous to the festive season is a car rearing past you at a dangerous rate as you drive to your holiday spot. NZTA have buckled the public up, subjecting viewers to the sobering role of a policeman as he deals with a speed related fatality. The ad is filmed through the lens of honest realism as a policeman guides the viewer into the devastating consequences of speeding. The dialogue exposes an ignorant perception among many who believe they have a ‘right to speed’. NZTA’s campaign comes in the wake of various deaths on the road, offering a timely reminder that less speed equals less harm.
Who’s it for: McDonald’s by How to Dad and BloggersClub
Why we like it: New Zealand comedian, How To Dad’s Jordan Watson, dons the stubbies and gumboots yet again to celebrate the return of the Kiwi Burger. The ad follows Watson on his quest to partake in the various escapades on Kiwis' love list; including his cricket, skiing and golf ability. Watson is becoming an iconic figure in Kiwi advertisements which aligns well with McDonald’s localized burger. Since 3 January, McDonald’s have reached 566,000 views, 14,000 reactions and 3,000 shares on Facebook with the ad, proving it to be a number eight wire success.
Who’s it for: Mitre 10 by FCB.
Why we like it: Mitre 10’s simple but effective mantra is reinforced, releasing a new campaign for its own brand, Number 8. The campaign offers a wide selection of short video’s exhibiting the simple, yet practical bevvy, of home improvement products. The ads project gleaming shots of products; the Number 8 Handsaw, the Number 8 Hose and the Number 8 hammer which are all presented on a podium. Each video has a frank one-liner, which is bound to arouse any Kiwi into a frenzy of belly laughs. The campaign has kept the videos short and sweet while infusing the recognizable fluro orange of Mitre 10.
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