Senior Media Planning role to kick-start your 2019! Business Manager/Media Manager required for this top independent media agency...
You will already be leading the day-to-day planning at a Senior Account Manager or Media Manager level in a media or integrated agency, delivering strategically-led solutions that achieve measurable marketing outcomes. You take your client relationships seriously, working as an extension of their business to add value to the communications process. In addition to your planning capabilities, you are able to manage the administration of your accounts smoothly and efficiently with a thorough knowledge of the key media planning and monitoring tools.
Importantly, you are digitally led, understanding how digital plays a key role across the communications spectrum and are hungry to continue to adapt to this ever-changing world.
Agency media experience is essential.
This Auckland independent media agency has a hard-earned reputation for being one of the smartest in town... enjoying a continuous growth pattern since its inception. They wish to appoint a smart and upcoming Business Manager (Media Manager in the old world) who is intuitive, smart and wants to go places. An attractive salary is offered to the right person.
Situated in the city-fringe in modern open-plan offices, this agency is full of great talent who will inspire you to innovative media solutions. The agency has a great reputation as THE place to work... people join and don't leave!
3rdeye Consulting is a specialist communications industry recruitment consultancy. If you have what it takes to work in one of NZ's top media agencies, make 2019 the year for an exciting change.
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Please Note: Candidates must be eligible to work in NZ to apply for this role.
Long time since a telco, especially given their awful customer service, have made me feel something. I didn't want to like it, but sometimes the heart overcomes the head...
Damon and team - thanks for making me cry - bastards!!
Best ad overall in years. Better than Lotto in my view. Well done all.
This is how emotional advertising should be done. Well done Vodafone. The best telco ad in years.
Apart from alluding the dog was put down it's rather one-dimensional compared to Lotto and Speights and Coloursteel even.
Exciting new world? You mean like how this same idea was done 15 years ago? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UBLjdtwxag
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Why we liked it: Wholesome. That one word could sum up this whole ad. This family scene is a perfect example of the banter that is experienced with a small child. Do you need this? No. Are you sure? Yes. Are you very sure? Yes. I've had about eight similar conversations with every child in my family. It's a witty way to show that spending less time trying to heat your family ultimately means more time spent with them enjoying the little things.
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Who's it for: Vodafone
Why we liked it: Vodafone did not need to play us like that. It was an unnecessary emotional rollercoaster that ripped out my heart just to tell me 5G is here. This message could have been portrayed without the manipulation, tears, and straight depression that comes from being forced to think a dog is dying. Yes, cinematically impressive and gripping, cruel all the same. For those equally upset, check out this handy site to see if a movie or ad you're about to watch has a dog that dies.
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