TVNZ says revenue has steadily improved as the year has progressed, driven by strong growth in digital advertising and its market leading position.
Auckland-based studios M Theory and Oddboy bring to life the first installment of the highly anticipated virtual reality game ‘Wanderer’.
Auckland-based corporate affairs firm Sherson Willis has announced it has become FTI Consulting’s strategic communications affiliate in New Zealand.
Sport NZ has teamed up with Saatchi & Saatchi to launch #itsmymove – an integrated campaign to help young women get and stay active their way.
Southern Cross Pet Insurance has launched a series of New Zealand-first ‘speedometer billboards’ as part of its new Live Your Pet Life project.
NZME says that its revenue growth through digital transformation outpaced the impact of Covid-19
As Kiwibank celebrates 20 years, it is marking the significant milestone by revealing a new brand identity.
Hamilton-based company GLOBOX is paving the way in crypto, being the first billboard company in NZ to accept all major Cryptocurrencies.
Beyond Binary Code addresses online gender bias with a single piece of code that can be added to your website.
Out of Home media company JCDecaux New Zealand has announced the launch of programmatic trading across its roadside Digital Large Format network.
Optus has launched its fifth film under the It Starts With Yes brand platform, reminding Australians that extraordinary opportunities start with YES.
FCB Aotearoa have won three coveted pins at the Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Awards, held virtually on Friday, February 18.
PlayStation and artist FLOX take over Auckland CBD bus shelter for the launch of Horizon Forbidden West.
oOh! has successfully leveraged the continuing recovery in OOH audiences during the year to deliver an 18% lift in revenue to $504 million YOY.
Motion Sickness & Te Whānau o Waipareira have won two Purple Pins for the ‘Proud To Be Māori’ campaign in the Public Good & Moving Image categories.
The Out of Home Media Association Aotearoa recently partnered with Analytic Partners to examine the New Zealand media market and the role OOH plays.
Te Pūkenga – NZ Institute of Skills and Technology – has appointed a Clemenger BBDO led collective to develop its national launch campaign.
Skinny adds more big names to its ‘famous names’ campaign, including Louis Hamilton from Rotorua.
A campaign to launch IAMMI has debuted via a collaboration between MATES Agency, Supernormal and Hannah Design.
Panasonic New Zealand, Lemonade and CALIBRE + CANDOR come together to launch a new brand campaign, ‘Everyday More Brilliant’.
High school students across Aotearoa are invited to take part in the inaugural De Ruiter Young Photographer of the Year, a scholarship created by DDB.
2degrees and TBWA\NZ have launched an initiative that rewards Kiwis for putting their phones down for a bit and spending more time with each other.
FCB, in partnership with Waka Kotahi, NZ Transport Agency, has launched the first public awareness campaign as part of the Road to Zero strategy.
oOh’s Street Furniture network in Auckland is set to deliver even more audience opportunities and utility to support AT’s service delivery.
After competitive pitch last year, Motion Sickness was tasked with relaunching the then 20-year-old Energy Online brand, giving birth to Frank*Energy.