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05 June 2020

 
 
Phantom Billstickers launch into the digital screen world
 
 

‘Locky Docks’, New Zealand’s first public infrastructure double-sided digital screen network has launched thanks to the creative brains at Phantom Billstickers and Big Street Bikes. Cleverly located in high traffic locations, the app-activated bike racks act as recharging stations for up to 10 electric bikes or scooters, and at zero cost. Both sides of the

 
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  June 3, 2020
 
  Mollie Edwards
 
 
Tony Clewett moves to consultancy role following FCB redundancy
 
 

After seeing FCB through almost 12 years, Tony Clewett has announced a move into a consultancy role following a redundancy by the agency. Moving to CCO of FCB in 2018, Clewett said it came as a surprise when the senior leadership team came to him mid-lock down with an email stating an up coming redundancy.

 
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  June 3, 2020
 
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Impact PR talks modern communication for old issues
 
 

Impact PR have got it sorted when it comes to knowing their audiences. The boutique agency has found a way to stand out in a very saturated market, and in doing so has fostered great client relationships with a host of awards to back up their success. How have PR companies changed the way brands

 
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  June 4, 2020
 
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99 and Spark launch NZ’s first 3D virtual store
 
 

Spark and 99 have recently launched a 3D virtual store that will serve as a new sales channel whilst incorporating their latest store format. Pitched by 99 at the beginning of lockdown and developed within four weeks, the concept allowed Spark to better assist customer needs while their physical store was restricted due to Covid-19.

 
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  June 5, 2020
 
  StopPress Team
 
 
 
 
YoungShand releases in-depth marketers perspective report
 
 

YoungShand has announced today a new report, The YoungShand Marketing Challenges Project. The report is a wide cohesive look into the challenges facing New Zealand marketing directors in 2020 and beyond. Carried out by the team at YoungShand, the agency decided to invest  in an extensive in depth qualitative research project looking to understand the

 
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  June 5, 2020
 
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Go global or stay local? Part two
 
 

Graham Medcalf talks to intrepid independent-agency owners and some globally-aligned stalwarts to interrogate the advantages and disadvantages of advertising independence. __________________________________ Does practice makes perfect? Being part of a bigger company, provides a range of other organisational benefits such as access to practices in HR, financial governance, access to international career opportunities and the ability

 
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  Features
 
  June 3, 2020
 
  Graham Medcalf
 
 
Sugar & Partners showcase Taupō’s best offerings
 
 

To re-connect the Love Taupō tourism brand with its beloved tourists, Destination Great Lake Taupō and Sugar & Partners have released a stunning campaign showcasing everything the lakefront town has to offer. The New Zealand tourism sector was hit hard by Covid-19 and Taupō has taken a hammering. Using breathtaking video and imagery, the campaign

 
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  News
 
  June 4, 2020
 
  Mollie Edwards
 
 
Why outsource Data Analytics?
 
 

In a rapidly changing world, data is fast becoming one of the most valuable business assets. It has never been more important for businesses to be leveraging data and analytics to make data-driven decisions, enhance their product and service offering, operate more efficiently and gain a competitive advantage. When internal teams are focused on BAU,

 
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  June 5, 2020
 
  Data Insight
 
 
Media Ad spend in April hits levels lower than the GFC
 
 

The New Zealand media industry took a lot of hits following the global pandemic. Now, the Standard Media Index (SMI) has released new data showing how far ad spend fell for media buy. In total, ad spend took a 37.9 percent nose dive in April alone, ending three months of consecutive growth. Yet the SMI

 
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  June 3, 2020
 
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