Phantom Billstickers and Kiwi Property have entered a relationship that will see Phantom develop street poster frames the property giant’s iconic retail locations across New Zealand.
The initial offering will have phantom’s frames installed at Sylvia Park in Auckland, The Base in Hamilton and Northlands shopping centre in Christchurch.
Chris Burton, Phantom Billstickers asset manager, said the partnership will provide it with un-paralleled street poster opportunities for our clients.
The Sylvia park network will come online first at the start of August and Phantom have secured Omnicom group and its client The Warehouse Group as its exclusive launch partner for 41 frames.
Diana Pong, Leilani Abels, Chloe Lu
Thrive PR + Communications has launched a specialist Asian Communications division.
Alongside this, Thrive has appointed Diana Pong as the agency’s Asian communications lead, with an initial focus on working with Chinese brands who are entering or building their presence in the local New Zealand and Australian markets.
The division will also lead local multicultural communications for brands looking to strengthen their marketing efforts with the growing Asian and multicultural communities in New Zealand and Australia.