A timelapse video of luminescent glow worms, delicate frost crystals, a blue shark emerging from the water and a jellyfish the size of a dinner plate are among the 28 finalists of the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year, selected from a whopping 5,800 entries.
Small businesses are all about the people, right? The owners, the manufacturers, the clientele. There’s a story at every turn, so why aren't they being told? Well, at an event organised by Good magazine, London-based designer and technologist Jessi Baker, the founder of social enterprise Project Provenance, will be sharing her experience around storytelling in small business marketing and creating user-centred experiences in the e-commerce sphere. So grab yourself a ticket.
The liveblog kicks off from 7:30am. Teddy Goff is the digital director of President Barrack Obama's data-driven 2012 re-election campaign. He discusses how he and his team raised more than US$600 million, and harnessed an online following of more than 78 million to find victory.
It's that time of year again, when fresh faced young'uns with dreams of creative greatness prostrate themselves in front of adland's judgemental powerbrokers and show off the year's handiwork. So get thee to the end of year show for the AUT Ad Creativity course on Friday 9 November at the Film Construction building in Minnie St if you want to see it.
It's pretty tough out there in retail at the moment, with the internet affecting bricks and mortar and economic malaise affecting everyone. But there are plenty of savvy retailers making it work and a couple of international retail gurus—Jon Bird, IdeaWorks' chief executive based in Sydney, and UK retail expert Martin Butler—are visiting next week to share some of their secrets.
200 of the industry’s brightest eyed and bushy tailed young things turned up to the Marvel Grill in the Wynyard Quarter last week to kick off the Young, Bright & Broke group's inaugural event. And we've got the photos by Courtney Herbert to prove it.
The digital age is changing the way we live and work. And whatever your industry or interest, you're part of the wave, like it or not. And digital media conference The Project, described as "a collision of thought on social media and digital communication", is your chance to figure out how to ride it.
It's pretty tough going in the retail sector at the moment. And, as the digital wave keeps breaking, it's increasingly important to try and keep up with the play. And, thanks to Westfield, local retailers will be able to get their heads around some of the issues affecting the sector at the inaugural Retail Brain Food for Breakfast Seminar in Auckland next month.
Calling all juggernauts, magnates and moguls. Paul Matthews and Alex Erasmus from Bullet PR have organised a bit of a do for the marcomms and media industries, so register online here and head down to the inaugural Media Mingle on 19 November to engage in, as the title suggests, some ...
The much-attended, much-admired TED conferences in California have spawned a local baby: TEDx, to be held in Auckland October 1.
The youth-orientated event is being organised by Kiwi TED delegate , Richard Hollingum of The Department of Doing.
“As well as talks from eight extraordinary people there’ll be inspirational interludes ...
Will you be one of only 40 people that will attend a value-for-money event organized by our friends at IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) NZ? The not-for-profit organization is holding a seminar in Wellington called ‘Online Strategies that will Rock your CEO’. Sounds funky. Three industry experts will explain how to ...
Do you know how to infiltrate enemy lines with SEO, PPC, SMM and SEM? What are you waiting for, private, ten-hut to the 3rd Search Engine Boot-Camp by Search Strategies. In 11 training sessions, you will be briefed on the most efficient techniques in search and social media in the ...