Would you like to work with a growing Auckland indie agency, located in Central Auckland?
This is a busy agency with a team of 20, who have a wide range of clients including retail, charity, B2B, agriculture and finance. Their projects include TV, Radio, OOH, DM and Digital.
This role is well suited to an experienced Business Director, or a Group Account Director ready to take that step up. With a passion for retail plus strong client services and business development, you will be able to see opportunities in your accounts and identify new business.
You will be positive and energetic, a great team player and happy to muck in to deliver. You will have solid agency experience, and be confident communicator, who interacts well with the internal team, along with excellent client management skills.
A down to earth, can-do attitude and being a pro-active team player will suit this agency.
If you are looking for a rewarding role, working with an agency that fosters growth and development, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 21357.
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So I guess we should all just invest in AUS banks because they have better deals, branches, staff, scale. Yeah it makes sense.
BBDO has a smart proposition... a factory for everyday value and access to high value creative thinking when you need it.
Great bunch of humans client-side at Kiwibank in Welly. A shame they're moving away from Kiwi-owned agencies - but I hope this arrangement works out for them.
Dont they pride themselves on their positioning of being all about New Zealand. Then go for the biggest baddest corporate monster out there? In the age of authenticity and transparency, that's a fail
They just went for the cheapest option.
The NZ owned bank that picks an American owned agency but asks kiwis to bank with it over Australian owned banks? Hmm
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Who's it for: Mercer KiwiSaver by Tenfold
Why we like it: Stan, tell me more about your KiwiSaver habits, please. It really felt like he was going to break into song at some point during this spot, yet sadly, the recording studio and instruments are just a tease. Oh well, hopefully this ad will encourage more people to consider putting money into their KiwiSavers.
Who's it for: Drive Go (NZTA and ACC) by Strategy Creative
Why we like it: If only a quick watch of a 2D birds-eye-view video really could teach you how to parallel park, it would have saved a lot of cold sweats and nervous yelling back in my day. This ad does an excellent job of showing just how much pressure you feel like you're under when attempting to parallel park though. A word from the wise for this kid, the bright lime green car really doesn't help you look inconspicuous, though.
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