For International Pride month, NZAF challenges Kiwis to Sweat with Pride by exercising for 21 minutes daily to raise money for the Rainbow community.
Quantum Jump and Dementia Auckland have created a campaign focusing on a moment of joy at one of the most challenging times: a light in the darkness.
Independent ad agency Chemistry has doubled donations for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand’s 2021 Shave for a Cure campaign, Every Shave Matters.
Auckland Transport and FEDERATION pivoted this summer’s cycling campaign to encourage ‘short commutes’ to the shops, the beach and Saturday sports.
When YoungShand launched the new skincare brand developed by Blis Technologies, they saw an opportunity to kick-start a new conversation.
DB Export takes its commitment to innovation up a level with a new campaign by Colenso BBDO that features a humorous mock keynote presentation.
With Super Rugby back on in 2021, the Blues and FEDERATION partnered to recruit new supporters – specifically, Auckland supporters of other teams.
Following Eight securing the coveted Air NZ advertising campaign bid, the airline’s first major campaign since the global pandemic has launched.
Doubling down on the reasons why Kiwis trust Trade Me to get through life’s moments, the website has launched a new campaign via Clemenger Group.
When Air New Zealand flight NZ4376 took to the skies, 50 children from Koru Care Charitable Trust NZ enjoyed a special plane trip.
Auckland Transport and FEDERATION have teamed up to release a new behaviour change campaign encouraging drivers to have a “Mobile Moment”.
In its first major brand campaign since Defence Force Recruiting returned to the agency, VMLY&R has created ‘Your life, plus Army Reserve’.
Southern Cross Healthcare and Havas NZ have partnered to launch the organisation’s rebrand from Southern Cross Hospitals and deliver the first creative campaign under its new name.
With quarantine-free travel now open between Australia and New Zealand, Tourism New Zealand and Special Group have launched a major new campaign, ‘Stop Dreaming about New Zealand and Go’.
In partnership with Special Group Australia, Kathmandu has relaunched its brand for the first time in 30 years, sharing a new brand platform which builds on the company’s heritage of improving people’s lives by getting out in nature.
The New Zealand Herald has teamed up with World Vision to support India in its fight against the Covid-19 outbreak – kicking off with a series of stories from the World Vision team working on the frontline.