Making a bang: FCB celebrates wins with bubbly-inspired campaign

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  • August 7, 2019
  • StopPress Team
Making a bang: FCB celebrates wins with bubbly-inspired campaign

FCB’s popping bottles of its very own champagne to celebrate its big wins this year including Creative Agency of the Year at Axis and Most Awarded Media Agency at the Beacons.

Called Number Fifty Seven, the bubbly is named after the address where all the winning work was generated – 57 Wellington Street in Auckland’s Freemans Bay.

Its creation has sparked a digital and print campaign for the agency, in which it’s promoting its consolidation of creative and media under one roof.

‘When you win one, you pop some bubbles. When you win two, you make your own,” reads one of the ads.

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Bank of New Zealand’s spot showcases how the little moments matter

  • Advertising
  • October 14, 2019
Bank of New Zealand’s spot showcases how the little moments matter

Bank of New Zealand has launched its latest campaign ‘Kids’ Room’ via Colenso BBDO ­ – and for anyone who has shared a room with a sibling, it will strike a chord.

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