Auckland Airport expression of interest - 2014 marketing services

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  • November 5, 2014
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Auckland Airport expression of interest - 2014 marketing services

Auckland Airport is inviting full-service agencies or agency groups to register their interest to be its lead advertising agency partner.

Auckland Airport is New Zealand’s major transport hub. 75 percent of the country’s international arrivals use the airport, which handles over 15 million passengers a year. More than 20 international airlines serve the airport, making it Australasia’s third busiest international airport, after Sydney and Melbourne. The airport’s marketing team delivers strategic and tactical marketing and communications across seven different business units.

Today we are launching a project to seek a sustainable solution to our agency partnerships. We are seeking a single account management model to ensure an environment where we can deliver integrated campaigns. Our desire is to partner with a lead agency who can deliver this level of integration as well as liaise effectively with the specialist skills we require.

If you are interested in becoming Auckland Airport’s lead advertising agency, download the expression of interest document here and submit it by 5pm on Friday 7 November 2014.

For any questions, please contact retail marketing manager Angerie van Wyk.

email: angerie.vanwyk@aucklandairport.co.nz

phone: +64 21 907 576 / +64 9 255 9014

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