Colmar Brunton has announced the brand ads that had the most impact in April and while there's usually an overall winner of the Ad Impact Award, this time, Sanitarium, Youi and 2degrees share the recognition.
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Cute won audiences over last month to see Huggies take out the Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award for May.
Speight's made use of Kiwi's unfinished projects to win the Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award for April.
We often say a true friend is one who will point out potentially embarrassing situations, like clothing malfunctions, but what about a service station? Z Energy has taken out Colmar Brunton's March Ad Impact Award for its ‘Small things mean more’ spot about the importance of service and customer experience, highlighting how the staff can make everything easier for customers.
Since launching its over-arching Winning Happens tagline, NZ Lotteries and DDB have been aiming to show punters what it feels like to win. First up was its Instant Kiwi campaign, and next came Powerball and an overly-enthusiastic high-fiver called Craig. And it's done the job and caught some attention, because that campaign has taken out the February round of Colmar Brunton's Ad Impact Award.
Robin Williams' stirring monologue from the Dead Poets Society pulled at the heartstrings sufficiently to ensure that Apple's 'Your Verse' TVC for the iPad Air was awarded Colmar Brunton's Ad Impact award for January.
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Showing good looking human specimens in their undies is a well-proven advertising strategy. Often it's all a bit OTT, with ridiculous smell the fart acting and liberal photoshopping. But Bonds has kept it casual, upbeat and slightly self-aware with its latest campaign, leading to a win in the May round of the Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award.
Bum wiping and high fashion are fairly strange bedfellows. But Kleenex’s Paper Dresses campaign has been mixing the two surprisingly well since it launched in 2009. And the final cog in this year's nine-month campaign, which upped the ante thanks to a collaborative effort between Ogilvy, Kimberly-Clark and TVNZ, has come out on top of the September round of Colmar Brunton's Ad Impact Award.
Hugely successful sado-masochistic stunt nets Hell Pizza and Barnes, Catmur & Friends April's Ad Impact win
Hell's Pizza Roulette product innovation received a huge amount of national and international PR coverage when it was launched and led to a massive increase in sales, without discounting. And Barnes, Catmur & Friends' ad to promote it has added to the accolades by winning the April round of Colmar Brunton's Ad Impact Award.
The dust has largely settled after the glorious Rugby World Cup shindig. But Heineken has kept up the momentum of the 46 percent increase in total sales it recorded in September/October when compared to the year prior after being awarded the Ad Impact Award for October for its new ad ‘The Entrance’, which was launched Super Bowl style at half-time during the final.
More like a film launch than a traditional ad campaign, Kiwibank’s cheeky new EasySwitch campaign, which encourages consumers to switch banks via an interactive YouTube channel called ‘Green Ops' that looks and feels like a first-person POV-style game, has taken out the Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award for August.
With a whole stack of newbies that were well-liked by respondents and strong on their branding, it was a tough job picking this month's Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award winner. But it seems we enjoy having a bit of laugh at ourselves, because Goodman Fielder’s Kiwi Bacon ad by Buffalo Creative and Curious came out on top with its quirky celebration of our local importation traditions—and, by extension, our local pigs.
With the monster truck, rocket man and ladders campaigns, Colenso BBDO's marketing initiatives for V have gained a well-deserved reputation as attention-grabbers and conversation starters. And its latest push, which features a large paintball truck splattering humpty dumpty on a wall, has done it again, tickling consumers pink in May’s Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Awards.
Whittaker’s took the top spot in the April Ad Impact Awards for its fun take on good ol’ fashioned kiwi honesty in the Swear By The Slab campaign by Assignment Group.
The All Blacks are everywhere these days, flogging houses, beer, Coke Zero, undies, national airlines, deodorant, sporting gear and a massive range of other products. And after the consumer votes were tallied by Colmar Brunton for February's round of the Ad Impact Award, Rexona's All Black-laden 'Rituals' ad by Naked Communications Sydney and Curious Film's Lance Kelleher has taken out the top spot.