Uber has been under scrutiny for its practices surrounding driver pay and licensing. Now, that anger has spilt over into its advertising, with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) upholding a complaint that was made against one of its billboards.
It's an ever evolving media world and NZME has been doing just that with the creation of WatchMe to deliver short-form video. Two years on, we sit down with the head of video, Cameron Death, to see how the strategy has changed and where it's going with the future.
Ipsos has released the results of its 'Most Influential Brands in New Zealand' study and technology brands lead the pack, with Google, Facebook and Microsoft taking the top three spots respectively, alongside four local brands.
Last week news broke of Labour’s appointment of Moss Group to manage its election campaign and now, the first work of the partnership has come to light with a number of similarities to that of the Labor Party across the ditch.
Last week, Australasian beverage manufacturer Frucor announced a name change to Frucor Suntory, marking the extent of the relationship it holds with parent company Suntory Beverage and Food Limited. We chat to group chief executive Jonathan Moss about bringing the two companies together and their evolution over the past eight years.
A teacher who taught in a war zone, an environmental activist who put her body in harm's way and an unlikely speaker of Te Reo come together in a heartwarming spot that serves to showcase that being a New Zealander has less to do with the way we look and far more to do with who we are.