articles tagged 'women'

Bros and brewskis: are beer advertisers missing a lucrative opportunity by excluding women?

  • Marketing
  • August 2, 2016
  • Ben Mack
Bros and brewskis: are beer advertisers missing a lucrative opportunity by excluding women?

Your stereotypical beer ad often involves a man, seemingly dying of thirst, glugging down large mouthfuls of the bubbly, golden elixir. But, it turns out, women get thirsty too and are still largely underrepresented when it comes to beer advertising, despite the fact more affluent women started drinking beer last year than any other group. We chat to Alice Galletly, author of upcoming book How to Have a Beer, about marketing to women.

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What men really think

  • PopPress
  • October 27, 2015
  • StopPress Team
What men really think

If a new campaign from Durex is anything to go by, then men and women don't really view sex all that differently. When separated into two gender groups, the responses from both men and women on whether they would engage in a one-night stand were almost unanimously affirmative. But there was one question on which they differed in opinion.

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What it takes to become a pop star

  • PopPress
  • January 29, 2014
  • StopPress Team
What it takes to become a pop star

Hungarian pop singer Csemer Boglarka has undergone a live Photoshop face transplant for her new music video. And although such uses of Photoshop are by no means new or original, the way in which it is done in this video is particularly impressive. All the changes made to Boglarka's face are effected while she is singing her new song.

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Chalis Group just wanna do something special, for all the ladies in the world*

  • Advertising
  • July 11, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Chalis Group just wanna do something special, for all the ladies in the world*

When it comes to controlling the global purse strings, some international stats suggest women make over 80 percent of all the purchasing decisions. Chris Ivers and Julie Stratton, who met at JWT in their 20s and between them have years of experience on both agency and client-side here and overseas, are embracing this burgeoning international trend and have launched new Auckland advertising agency Chalis Group, "the only New Zealand agency specialising in advertising to women".

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