This year, Andrew Geoghegan, global head of consumer planning at Diageo, joined the Effie judging panel to assess the effectiveness of New Zealand’s advertising. Following the judging, Erin McKenzie sat down with him to talk about New Zealand’s strengths, weaknesses and the change-makers marketers have the power to be. PART ONE.
Blind & Low Vision NZ, YoungShand and Pead PR have teamed up to make the Internet more accessible by asking individuals and businesses to use the ‘Alt Text’ function when publishing digital images in the ‘#AltTextForAll Movement’.
Executive creative directors Lisa Fedyszyn and Jonathan McMahon have resigned from Stanley St.
Gone is the red building at 22 Stanley Street in Parnell, Auckland as New Zealand’s newest independent agency has taken over. Dubbed Stanley St, the agency is now standing on its own two feet without the support of the Ogilvy name or WPP AUNZ ownership. A bold move to break free from a holding company, Erin McKenzie sits down with the new managing director Ian Rodney to hear what Stanley St stands for.
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.
Huffer has partnered with the Mental Health Foundation and Kiwi musicians support mental health awareness in a musical campaign by Reload & Smoke.
Education New Zealand has shinned the light on some of the joys of studying on our shores with the help of Special Group. The campaign message encourages potential international students to ‘Ask New Anything’, as they hear the benefits of studying in New Zealand from past students.