ANZ seeks solace with DDB

  • News
  • November 3, 2009
  • Ben Fahy

DDB has snapped up the lucrative ANZ account.

News that M&C was no longer required by ANZ surfaced yesterday. The bank wasn't talking about who would take over, but the decision to employ the services of DDB came as no surprise to Aussie observers.

According to Campaign Brief: "The win adds to the sizeable ANZ business already held by DDB Melbourne, which looks after ANZ's Consumer Finance business, and no doubt adds to DDB's chances of snaring the entire trans Tasman business down the track."

And given that National Bank is increasingly integrating with its sister brand, will that mean DDB becomes a bloated behemoth by banking on banks' business? Better bollow bhis blog bor bore.

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Spark bankrolls music section on The Spinoff

  • Media
  • October 28, 2016
  • StopPress Team
Spark bankrolls music section on The Spinoff

Spark today announced a partnership with online magazine The Spinoff, which will allow for the introduction of a new music section on the website from 1 November. PLUS: a traitor has been appointed to edit it.

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