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Flying Fish brings out the Haka to lure British audiences

  • Advertising
  • June 15, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Flying Fish brings out the Haka to lure British audiences

From a boppy spot about Kiwi cliches to a somewhat awkward tour around Auckland's best 'training grounds', there's been no shortage of ads promoting the much anticipated Lions Tour. Many of the ads have focused on highlighting New Zealand's scenery and culture, and Flying Fish has continued the tradition with a spot for Sky Sports UK.

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BNZ lets fans claim a piece of the Crusaders' home turf—UPDATED

  • Advertising
  • June 29, 2016
  • StopPress Team
BNZ lets fans claim a piece of the Crusaders' home turf—UPDATED

With sports teams, we often speak in the possessive, referring to "our team", "our win" or "our home turf" even though none of those things actually belong to us. Well, BNZ is looking to give the endless stream of possessive phrases some more meaning with a new campaign that allows New Zealanders to claim a piece of the Crusaders' turf for themselves.

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Upper class code

  • PopPress
  • October 20, 2015
  • StopPress Team
Upper class code

Sick of tossing around that crusty old Gilbert? Feel like you deserve the best in life? Want to celebrate an All Blacks victory with that special something? Then you need some Chanel rugby balls.

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Pak'nSave: 'Big Game' hunters

  • PopPress
  • October 12, 2015
  • StopPress Team
Pak'nSave: 'Big Game' hunters

In this week's instalment of 'The Big Game', a prestigious award dished out to the best example of euphemism usage from non-sponsors hoping to ride the attention train during the Rugby World Cup, the award goes to Pak'nSave for its punny egg-based Facebook post.

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As New Zealand interests evolve, have we reached peak rugby?—UPDATED

  • Media
  • September 29, 2015
  • Ben Fahy
As New Zealand interests evolve, have we reached peak rugby?—UPDATED

Judging by the watercooler discussions and the blanket media coverage—from the above board chat on outlets like Radio New Zealand to the below board banter inside a giant scrotum as part of the Alternative Commentary Collective's Champagne Rugby, you could be forgiven for thinking the nation has a collective 'code boner' over the Rugby World Cup at present. But is rugby losing its lustre in New Zealand? And is there a limit to the All Black appropriation?

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Try, try and try again: what analysis of the All Blacks' chances at the RWC can teach businesses about big data

  • Data
  • September 24, 2015
  • Paul Bracewell
Try, try and try again: what analysis of the All Blacks' chances at the RWC can teach businesses about big data

Dr. Paul Bracewell, founding partner and chief data scientist at Dot Loves Data, says the statistics being thrown around in the media about the 2015 Rugby World Cup are typical of many applications of analytics in the business world: there are few actionable insights being provided. So he crunched the numbers and showed that the simplest solution is often the best.

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The be all and end all of the oval ball

  • PopPress
  • September 11, 2015
  • StopPress Team
The be all and end all of the oval ball

As the All Blacks depart to defend the Webb Ellis cup in the UK, the nation is gearing up for a few weeks of early morning code watching. It's obviously a pretty big deal for a rugby-loving nation and, as we saw during the Cricket World Cup, the clicks are likely to follow. But the Herald might be taking it a bit far with the branding of its rugby hub, which is sponsored by—who else?—Steinlager. Syrian refugee crisis? Pfffffff.

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ANZ muscles into the rugby limelight with its Dream Big initiative

  • September 2, 2015
  • StopPress Team
ANZ muscles into the rugby limelight with its Dream Big initiative

During the Cricket World Cup, ANZ used its Dream Big initiative to get cut-through the marketing noise during the Cricket World Cup. Rather than focusing exclusively on the event, the bank brought its Black Caps sponsorship to life by travelling around the country showing its support for grassroots cricket by upgrading the facilities at various grounds around the country. And now, with the Rugby World Cup fast approaching, ANZ is at it again, this time renovating Waitemata Rugby Club in a new video posted to Facebook. The difference in this instance is that ANZ isn't even a sponsor of Rugby New Zealand, the All Blacks or the Rugby World Cup.

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Mobile app means no cowtowing to authority

  • PopPress
  • June 4, 2015
  • StopPress Team
Mobile app means no cowtowing to authority

Technology has a history of subversion. Apple's classic 1984 ad showed its beliefs very literally. Streaming and internet-enabled piracy are changing the media and entertainment business. Google changed the way we advertise. And now businesses like Airbnb, Uber and many others are fighting against powerful incumbents and antiquated regulation to give consumers better services. While the confiscation of a few cowbells from a rugby game at Westpac Stadium in Wellington certainly isn't in the same category, MEA Mobile and app partner (and Chiefs sponsor) Deosan have showed their subversive side by developing a digital substitute for Chiefs fans.

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Start spreading the Blues: Big gets fans in on the action for 2014 season

  • Advertising
  • March 4, 2014
  • StopPress Team
Start spreading the Blues: Big gets fans in on the action for 2014 season

The recent Warriors campaign was all about the fans—and the emotional rollercoaster they ride every year. The wider Super Rugby competition has embraced the fans too with its Play Your Part campaign. And the Blues and its agency Big have also tapped into that supporter-focused sentiment with Join the Game.

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