Shirtcliffe and the RAPPsters climb charts with new hit: 'NZ Post DM workshops'

  • Marketing
  • July 29, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Shirtcliffe and the RAPPsters climb charts with new hit: 'NZ Post DM workshops'

Matt Shirtcliffe from recently born agency Shirtcliffe & Co and Darryl Wong and Kenton Osmond from RAPP, will be the guest speakers for the New Zealand Post Targeted Communications’ hugely popular and completely free direct marketing workshops. So get in quick if you want to hear their numerous pearls of wisdom.

Aimed at agencies, marketing departments or anyone planning mail-based communication, the free workshops are designed to provide a comprehensive working knowledge of the intricacies of direct mail—from direct mail processes, to data and consumer insights and innovation—as well as a guide to working with New Zealand Post.

Both workshops will be held at the Media Centre, 2 Watt Street, Auckland, with Shirtcliffe presenting on Thursday 5 August and Wong and Osmond presenting on Thursday 9 September.

Jackie Shaw, client solutions manager for agencies and integrated media at New Zealand Post Targeted Communications, says places for the workshops are always snapped up within days, and these ones will be no exception.

“We’re extremely lucky that we are able to utilise the immense talent we have in the industry and use their knowledge to help motivate and inspire our direct marketers. We’re very excited to have this legendary line-up and for the guys to come on board to share their creative experience and expertise."

For more information contact Jackie Shaw on 09 367 9680 or email Jackie.shaw@nzpost.co.nz

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