Kiwi Property and 99 teamed up to deliver shoppers some fashion inspiration in the form of a 360-degree virtual reality runway show at shopping centres across the country.
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This week New World, Arnott's, Briscoes and Kiwiplates show us how it's done.
It’s not Christmas until New World’s heart-warming Noel character makes an appearance, and this year he’s back to confuse more children, and even the police, in a madcap journey by 99.
StopPress understands that 99 will serve as lead agency on the project, supported by Colenso BBDO and OMD.
StopPress understands that Warehouse Stationery will be taking the production of its mailers in-house. PLUS: Spark Digital account moves to Shine.
Shine has added an energy client to its ledger with the win of the Genesis Energy account.
From picking up a 'cute' German tourist to a full-on mariachi band, Mazda and 99 have launched a new campaign to celebrate the wide-ranging versatility of its BT-50 ute.
Running around the house and backyard in search for chocolate eggs has long been the definition of Easter. Now, New World and 99 have given the popular past-time a modern day twist by putting it into an augmented reality game.
G.J. Gardner Homes is on a mission to make the home-building journey more enjoyable in its first campaign by 99’s content production unit, The Workshop.
99’s new director of strategy Dan Bye on retail being a dirty word, scam campaigns and what makes New Zealand an attractive place to work
StopPress sits down with the recent import that 99 managing director Paul Manning described as the most important appointment he'll make this year.
Warehouse Stationery has placed 99 in charge of its CRM and business-to-business loyalty programme, BizRewards, and has also appointed 99PHD (an integrated service between 99 and PHD) as its agency in charge of digital media and search. PLUS: find out who the incumbents were. UPDATE: comment from Federation.
Industry happenings over the holiday period at Tourism New Zealand, 99, MediaWorks, CricHQ, IPSOS, Finch and Vena.
Hats off to Warehouse Stationery, Vodafone, MediaWorks, Rodney Wayne and The Co-operative Bank.