Thanks to some nifty creative minds and hard working hands, Datamine is now the proud new tenant of a formally derelict railway station in Parnell. The company has taken out a lease from OnTrack which will run for up to 36 years.
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APN Outdoor today announced the promotion of Kent Harrison to Sales Director. Harrison will lead the sales team of five and be responsible for the team’s introduction of new creative initiatives and production processes to clients and agencies.
When it comes to being fashionable, iphones are high in the ranks. It’s set to get even more fashionable with the launch of a new iPhone application for NZFashion.com.
The iPhone ‘app’ replicates many of NZFashion.com’s functions by showcasing the latest NZ collections, listing stockists for …
Mango Communications NZ, DDB’s PR, experiential and events company, is spicing things up with the appointment of three new staff members.
Coming in from ELEVEN\PR (part of TBWA\Whybin), Julia George joins the team as a Senior Account Manager. Julia will work on the Cadbury, Lion Nathan Wines …
If you are living in or have recently visited Auckland, chances are you will have by now stumbled upon the bulging billboard on Victoria Street, advertising TV One’s new show Hung. We wrote a story on it some weeks back, and can now report that it has been causing …
It seems the allure of working sky-high for the Emirates Airline is being hotly pursued by thousands of wanting candidates. The airline recently experienced one of its highest turnouts of cabin crew hopefuls in Madrid. The recruitment drive is in support of the airlines first passenger flights from Dubai to …
With all the hoopla that has surrounded the new Supercity (and let’s face it, it has not been all good hoopla by any shot), it seemed like a smart idea on the part of the Auckland Transition Agency to invite a disgruntled Auckland population to play a creative role in their city’s new future identity, by creating the new Supercity logo. But while budding (and perhaps not so budding) artists put their creative hands to task, one group is creating not a logo, but a fuss. The Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ) has spoken out against the competition today, saying they are both disappointed and concerned that the design profession was not consulted on a matter of such importance.
StopPress has heard from a reliable yet sneaky mole that Andrew Stone and Mike O’Sullivan’s new shop will be opening its doors shortly and, apparently, it won’t be too dissimilar from Assignment, with the two ex-Saatchi’s chaps planning on working with clients on strategy and creative and then outsourcing the grunt work to a pool of freelancers. But the big Fleetwood Mac is that the new shop might be opening its doors with a fairly big name on the roster: Toyota.
The NSC Group, a company that specialises in the “design, implementation, management and support of highly sophisticated business technology solutions”, has completed a six-month brand refresh. And poor old Ashburton is, like, whatever.
The Warehouse Design for Everyone programme is going strong, with a new handbag range called Saben Says that has been designed exclusively for The Warehouse by Saben owner and designer Roanne Jacobson set to go on sale in Extra stores from 17 March.
As two doors open, another one closes for TBWA\ Group: business strategist and online specialist Bonnie Frankland and Victoria Graves have added their names to the roster, while Ron Fielding and Tracey Fox have said their goodbyes.
Numbers are very handy things (particularly when they’re working in your favour). And Freeview, Mindfood magazine and the Healthy Food Guide have employed their services to show off a bit.
The Australasian Promotional Marketing Association (APMA) is putting out the call for entries for the 2010 APMA Star Awards, which are designed to generate both industry and public recognition of excellence in the area of promotional marketing.
Have a couple of lonely, unloved, perhaps physically repulsive single friends? Then head online, become a virtual wingman, write a summation of your singleton associates’ good points and hook them up with that special someone for some companionship and chikka baow waow.
Loyalty New Zealand, the operator of Fly Buys, has signed a contract with Universal Music New Zealand, upping the number of songs available to download on Fly Buys Music – and be paid for with Fly Buys points – to 280,000.
Loyalty New Zealand head of marketing and product development Chris …
New Zealand Post Targeted Communications’ popular direct marketing workshops, which are designed to provide a comprehensive working knowledge of the intricacies of direct mail—from direct mail processes, to data and consumer insights and innovation—as well as a guide to working with New Zealand Post, are back again in 2010.