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Movings/Shakings: 21 April

Movings/Shakings: 21 April

Industry happenings at Adhub, NZTE, NZME, Vodafone, Socialites, Anthem, Beat Communications and Contiki.

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TVNZ - NZ Marketing Awards 2014

The TVNZ NZ Marketing Awards recognise the many ways marketers shape successful businesses across communication, design, product development, service experience and internal culture. Now in their 23rd year, the awards celebrate those who not only deliver on business strategy but also lead business forward in new and innovative ways. Here are the winners.

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Movings/Shakings: 10 April

Movings/Shakings: 10 April

Industry happenings at Whybin/TBWA, Lion, Strategy Wellington, Destination Queenstown and The Sweet Shop.

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Movings/Shakings: 31 March

Movings/Shakings: 31 March

Industry happenings at FCB, TVNZ, MediaWorks, RadiumOne, ApolloNation, Raydar, Ad2one, Snakk Media and Pead PR.

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Movings/Shakings: 20 March

Movings/Shakings: 20 March

Industry happenings at JustOne/.99, PHD, Designworks, TVNZ, Springload, DDB, Interbrand and Cannes Lions.

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Movings/Shakings: 13 March

Movings/Shakings: 13 March

Industry happenings at PHD, Snakk, CAANZ, Darkhorse, Lily & Louis, ZM, My Food Bag, the Marketing Association, CIevents and TedX.

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Movings/Shakings: 6 March

Movings/Shakings: 6 March

Industry happenings at Clemenger, Y&R NZ, Tourism NZ, News Works, Seven Sharp, 95bFM, 8, NZRetail and eStar.

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Saatchi & Saatchi responds to decreasing client spend and changing market with restructure—UPDATED

Saatchi & Saatchi responds to decreasing client spend and changing market with restructure—UPDATED

Over the past five years, chief executive Nicky Bell, the recently departed Antonio Navas, head of planning Murray Streets and many others have helped Saatchi & Saatchi regain some of its former glory after what they all admit was a fairly rough patch. It's won some big accounts, it's put a few big awards on the mantelpiece and it's lured a few big names across its newly renovated offices on The Strand. But due to a reduction in client spend—particularly from Spark—and an evolution in the kind of work the agency is being asked to do, it has had to restructure the business.

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