A round of applause for ASB, Hallenstein Brothers and Les Mills Fight Night.
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True and ASB are looking to carbo-load runners in the lead up to the ASB Auckland Marathon event on 29 October, with Fasta, a bespoke tagliatelle pasta embossed with supportive messages.
After weeks of speculation, ASB general manager of marketing Shane Evans has confirmed that he has penned a partnership with True.
ASB's first TVC via With Collective features the 'Ghost of San Francisco' as the bank celebrates the America's Cup win with a cheeky smile.
Nicole Hetherington and Simon Fowler have been announced as the new creative directors on the ASB account, which was recently picked up by With Collective.
In a joint statement released this morning, ASB and Saatchi & Saatchi have confirmed that they will be ending their partnership as part of a review of the bank's agency operating model.
Round of applause to The Health Promotion Agency and Ministry of Health, Blunt Umbrella and ASB.
It's been over a year since ASB and Saatchi & Saatchi introduced ‘Clever Kash’ but only last month did the digital money box become available to customers. So what's taken so long? We talk to ASB general manager marketing Shane Evans and Saatchi & Saatchi executive director Corey Chalmers about why developing a product like 'Clever Kash' takes time.
Banking innovation: ASB rethinks bank cards and celebrates the arrival of Clever Kash in a new pair of ads
Shortly after announcing a return to an older slogan, ASB is staying busy with the release of two new ads, both of which have an innovation theme. The first shows how the bank is rethinking credit cards in the mobile age, while the latter celebrates the much-awaited arrival of Clever Kash.
‘Just do it’, ‘Sure to rise’ and ‘Finger lickin' good’. Read over these slogans and you immediately know the brands behind them. Slogans, in any context, can immediately trigger brand recognition and all a company stands for—something ASB recently confirmed when changing its slogan back to ‘One step ahead’. We take a look at the decision and why the once retired idea still works today.
These days, we use our mobile devices for many aspects of life: for social connections, as a camera, a map, a video recorder, entertainment, guitar tuning. You name it, your phone can probably do it. And now, ASB is inviting more Kiwis to add payment to the list of things they do with their phones.
The Warehouse, MediaWorks and ASB step up to the podium this week.