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TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards get judged

The call for entries for the 2010 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards is now open. Hopefully you already know that. But what you might not yet know is that the New Zealand Marketing Association (NZMA) and NZ Marketing magazine have managed to secure a very impressive bunch of marketing brains to do the judging. 

“We have a few returning judges and quite a few new names, resulting in the ultimate ‘dream team’ of judges,” says Sue McCarty, chief executive, NZMA. “With a focus on the science of marketing this year, the judging panel will be looking for innovation in marketing based on best practice with clear business outcomes, such as long and short-term brand value and accountability for business growth.”

The judging will take place in two rounds this year, with some round one judges continuing through to round two. Both rounds are being convened by Professor Roger Marshall of AUT University Business School.

And the 2010 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Award judges are:

Round One Judging

  • Natasha Urlich, Global Marketing Manager, Framecad Solutions
  • Natalie Innes, Marketing Director, Goodman Fielder
  • Ian Sutcliffe (Previously McDonald’s and Westpac)
  • Michael Friedberg, Marketing/Communication Manager, IBM
  • Paul Muckleston, Director – Business, Marketing and Operations, Microsoft
  • Jude Mannion, CEO, Robin Hood Foundation
  • Vaughan Schwass, Marketing Director, Les Mills International
  • Marnie Brannigan, Senior Account Manager, Rapport Marketing and Advertising
  • Craig Herbison, GM Marketing and Brand – Consumer, Telecom
  • Sue McCarty, Chief Executive, New Zealand Marketing Association

Round Two Judging

  • Barbara Chapman, Group Executive – Human Resources, Commercial Bank of Australia
  • Todd McLeay, Chief Executive, NZ Lotteries
  • Tim Deane, General Manager – Milk Supply, Fonterra
  • Natalie Innes, Marketing Director, Goodman Fielder
  • Natasha Urlich, Global Marketing Manager, Framecad Solutions
  • Sue McCarty, Chief Executive, New Zealand Marketing Association

In addition to the new Export category, four new judges’ choice awards have been introduced this year: Most Authentic Brand, Sustainability, Innovation in Marketing and Transformational Marketing, ensuring more opportunities for marketers to demonstrate their excellence and celebrate their success.

The awards evening will be held on 26 August at the Langham Hotel, Auckland. Entry forms and a full list of categories are available on the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards website. Entries close 5pm Friday, 18 June 2010.

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