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Clemenger BBDO Wellington announced today that Andrew Hawley will step down as managing partner effective 1 June.
The Commercial Communications Council has released the finalists for the upcoming Axis Awards and it’s set to be Colenso BBDO’s night for the second year running as it makes the list 80 times. The agency is followed by DDB Group’s 53 mentions, Ogilvy & Mather’s 41, Clemenger BBDO Wellington’s 37 and FCB’s 33. We check out some of the work set to score on the night.
The New Zealand Transport Agency and Clemenger BBDO target speeding with a chilling new campaign – ‘In my Shoes’.
Paint manufacturer Dulux has appointed Assignment Group to work on its creative account in the local market on a specific project.
Playing on the emotions of male camaraderie, the New Zealand Transport Agency and Clemenger BBDO’s latest ad shows how drink driving could stop you from living your fullest life.
Taika Waititi dips into the tropes of charity advertising as he fronts a new campaign by Clemenger BBDO for the New Zealand Human Rights Commission.
Last night in London, local agencies showed off their talent at the D&AD Awards to win 12 pencils, including five Graphite Pencils and seven Wood.
While New Zealanders kicked back to the cricket and flocked to Adele, the weekend saw those in adland braced for another round of awards as the Asian regional creative festival, AdFest, announced its winners. Local agencies Clemenger BBDO and Colenso BBDO are among those celebrating success.
All winners from the biggest local awards night in creative advertising.
According to the NZTA, cycling is now the fastest growing mode of transport in several cities and towns across New Zealand. And, with the help of Clemenger BBDO, OMD and The Sweet Shop, it’s released a new campaign to get more New Zealanders on two wheels.
New Zealand transport agency and Clemenger BBDO Wellington have kicked off the year with another thought provoking campaign around speed, with the focus this time being on ‘Less Speed, Less Harm’.
Clemenger Group chief executive Jim Moser this week confirmed the consolidation of the Auckland-based teams at Proximity and Touchcast under the Colenso BBDO brand. So what does this mean for the Wellington arm of Touchcast? And is there still room for digital specialists in an integrated world?
The poignant ‘Mistakes’ TVC by Clemenger BBDO has taken out two top awards at the prestigious IPA Effectiveness Awards in London this week.
NZ Post and Clemenger BBDO called on hip-hop dancer and choreographer Parris Goebel and her crew of dancers for its new ‘My Parcels, My Way’ campaign, promoting its flexible range of parcel delivery options.
After a successful week at Cannes nabbing a Grand Prix and a Titanium Lion for ‘Brewtroleum’, Colenso BBDO has now won Creative Agency of the Year 2016 at this year’s Caples Awards, with Clemenger BBDO and Young & Shand also coming away with an award each.
Clemenger BBDO/Proximity might be considered a traditional agency, but it’s certainly not operating that way. We caught up with the agency’s three leading lights to find out what they’ve been working on, what they think of the industry at the moment and how their NZTA campaigns manage to nail it every time.
New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) and Clemenger BBDO want to make sure drivers stay awake at the wheel, in a new spot that shows the risks of driving while tired.
The New Zealand Transport Agency has launched a new campaign via Clemenger BBDO and OMD dubbed ‘Hello’, which aims to get young drivers to put down their phones and see things from the perspective of their passengers.
NZTA and Clemenger BBDO have released a new drug-driving campaign called ‘Thoughts’ to help prevent Kiwis from smoking up and then getting out on the road. And like its previous efforts it’s added a bit of humour without diminishing the seriousness of the message.
Following on from its 2014 spot for Nova Energy (a subsidiary of Todd Corporation), Clemenger BBDO has brought back Greg Grover—and his incessant rhyming—for another spot. But this time it comes with an inadvertent game of broken telephone (whispers/the messenger game/or the somewhat racist Chinese whispers).
The Clemenger Group has announced that Colenso BBDO chief executive Nick Garrett will move across to Clemenger BBDO Melbourne to take up the chief executive role that was left vacant following the departure of Peter Biggs, who retired in September last year.