How much is that PR and Experiential in the window?

  • Marketing
  • January 24, 2011
  • StopPress Team
How much is that PR and Experiential in the window?

PR and experiential marketing have long been valuable tools for marketers. But are these disciplines gaining prominence in the marketing mix? And if so, how is this affecting more traditional channels? The CAANZ Marcomms Leadership Group and the Marketing Association, with the help of online research company Buzz Channel, decided to find out. But they need the help of New Zealand's marketers.

Respondents to the 'PR and Experiential, how much?' survey, which closes on 28 January, are asked what share of budget is apportioned to PR and experiential versus other elements of the marketing mix, why it is being used and how the effectiveness of this investment is measured. The results will be analysed and shared at the CAANZ/Marketing Association Brand Engagement Forum in April 2011.

Click here to fill in the survey. Or find it on www.caanz.co.nz or www.marketing.org.nz.

All those who oblige will go into the draw to win five prize packages of two bottles of Daniel Le Brun nectar. And there's also one ticket to the Marcomms Forum to dish out to one lucky respondent.

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  • Media
  • February 16, 2018
  • Georgina Harris
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Following MediaWorks’ media event yesterday, the company has announced a few changes for 2018; including a new lifestyle channel ThreeLife, a new corporate brand identity, a shuffling of radio presenters and the return of familiar shows. StopPress talks with chief content officer Andrew Szusterman and head of programming and acquisitions Ben Quinn about the new channel, why we're seeing another season of Married at First Sight New Zealand, and the consistency in what they do.

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