Browsing: Deborah Pead
While Lorde, SWIDT, Teeks, Devilskin and Stellar took to the stage to perform for the crowds in Spark Arena and at home on the couch, Erin McKenzie got an inside look at what it takes to bring the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards to life.
In what could be considered “a PR gift”, Sky are celebrating their victory against the illegal live streaming of Joseph Parker’s last match in the ring just a day before his next bout in Auckland tomorrow.
Social Media Club Auckland kicked off its first event of the year last week, discussing the use of social media for PR. Following hot on the tracks of the My Food Bag ad vs #ad hubbub, panelists Hazel Phillips (editor at Idealog), Deborah Pead of Pead PR, and David Fisher from the New Zealand Herald deftly argued the merits of using media (particularly journalists) to promote products on Twitter.
My Food Bag delivers bags of ingredients to the door for customers to create meals designed by Master Chef-winner Nadia Lim. However, if you went by the buzz it created on Twitter alone you’d be forgiven for thinking Lim would show up and cook the meal too. Updated with comments from Pead Pr’s Deborah Pead.
The winners of Bauer Media’s Best in Beauty Awards were announced last week at the Langham Hotel in Auckland, and, alongside the vast array of winning tonics and tinctures, a few industry folk were also acknowledged.
JWT announces a new creative force, Pead PR adds to its brand and digital arsenal, Haystac launches a new events division, DDB gives Adschool pair a leg up, Adi Staite is lured away from self-employment by Synovate, Crossmark opens its Kiwi office, and The Sweet Shop picks a US boss.