This week, the New Zealand Police, Fonterra, Greenpeace, Regal Salmon and Flick Electric have made us sit up and listen.
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New Zealand Police is on a mission to attract new recruits with an entertaining campaign by Ogilvy & Mather exploring the diversity of the force and its understanding of all communities.
This week New World, Arnott's, Briscoes and Kiwiplates show us how it's done.
Ogilvy Media is the latest agency to win work for the Auckland Council Group (Auckland Transport, ATEED and Auckland Council), after being appointed to a panel of creative providers earlier this year.
KFC and Ogilvy & Mather have taken a late night joyride with a group of young at heart octogenarians to build on the 'Finger Lickin’ Good' platform.
Public Trust and Ogilvy & Mather are tackling the topic of death in the hope it will urge New Zealanders to better prepare for the future.
Three creatives from Droga5 New York have been lured back to New Zealand to take up creative director roles, with Lisa Fedyszyn and Jonathan McMahon joining Ogilvy & Mather and Rory Mckechnie returning to DDB.
Almost one in three New Zealand adults aged 15 years and over are obese as well as one in nine children aged two to 14 years, and now Sealord is taking a stand to reduce those rates. It's on a mission to make New Zealand healthier in a new brand platform, by Ogilvy & Mather, which kicks off with a story about a father and daughter learning to swim.
Last night in London, local agencies showed off their talent at the D&AD Awards to win 12 pencils, including five Graphite Pencils and seven Wood.
Industry happenings at Frucor, Qrious, Ogilvy & Mather, PHD Group, Tenfold and Postr.
Ogilvy & Mather has a new creative director in Glenn Wood, who has stepped into the full time role following freelance work for the agency.
It's not often the word 'beautiful' can be used to describe a piece of advertising, but it's very fitting in this instance.
The New Zealand Police have launched a new recruitment campaign in the hopes of attracting empathetic people to the force. Using a social experiment, police and Ogilvy & Mather asked Kiwis if they would walk past someone in need or stop and help. However, it's not just questions of morality being raised, some viewers were also wary of the campaign's tactics.
Much like BP’s last spot featuring an adorable missing bunny, BP has once again tried to pull on the heartstrings, with its latest campaign dubbed ‘My BP Story’ via Ogilvy & Mather. This time the spot tells the story of a boy who wants a girl to notice him.