As the year draws to a close, there’s one more round of award winners to celebrate, after the Campaign Asia Agency of the Year winners were…
As 2019 comes to an end we’re celebrating the industry in the best way we know how to – with our third Stoppies Award night. So, save the date, it’s all going down on 5 December.
Last night, 13 gold Effies were awarded to the country’s most effective marketing campaigns at the 2019 Effie Awards. There, FCB celebrated success, winning the Most Effective Agency of the Year and the Grand Effie for its Pak’nSave’s Stickman work, while DB Breweries was named the Most Effective Client of the Year and saw Sean O’Donnell take out the inaugural Most Effective Marketer
Vogel’s has taken out Colmar Brunton’s Ad Impact Award for September with its charming ‘Nothing compares to Vogel’s’ spot by The Enthusiasts.
This week marked New Zealand’s very first Think With Google event, ‘Bridging the Digital Divide’. Here, country director of Google New Zealand Caroline Rainsford shares how these events will help create meaningful business connections.
Women in marketing in New Zealand are curious, creative change-makers. To celebrate their impact on the industry and dive deep into some lively discussions about what it’s like to be a woman in the industry, the Marketing Association is hosting its Women In Marketing event next Tuesday, which is the first of its kind. Speakers on the line up include Anna Dean and Angela Meyer, co-founders of Double Denim, Cassie Roma, head of content marketing at The Warehouse Group, Caitlin Attenburrow, brand manager at Whittaker’s, Julia Jack, chief marketing officer at Mercury and Idealog’s Elly Strang, who will be moderating a panel with some of the previously mentioned women. Read on for more details on where to find tickets.
To turn Tui’s fortunes around, DB Breweries brewed up a new drink, and while it sports the Tui logo, it’s not a beer.
The 2019 Best Awards was held at the Spark Arena on Friday night celebrating the crème de la crème of the design industry. It recognised designers, young and old, for their craft across a range of categories, from graphic to moving image to product design. Most who attended were in agreement that the night was a blast, and resembled the maturing success of the design industry in Aotearoa. Here is a breakdown of the supreme winners.
From beauty and personal care to chocolate, Philip Poole’s impact on New Zealand’s marketing industry is undeniable.
The 100 finalists for this year’s Effie Awards have been announced and DDB leads the way with 28 mentions, followed by FCB and Colenso BBDO, both on 20.