iProspect New Zealand has just added to its client list, following the win of the Les Mills International global performance digital account.
Self-service is common in supermarkets, petrol stations and at buffet restaurants, but not so much when it comes to producing content marketing pieces for publishing on a major website. And yet, this is exactly what Yahoo has been facilitating to certain selected clients over the last few months through the beta version of new native ad in-feed platform that it has recently made available to the wider market.
Forget the rowing world cup, forget the basketball world cup; the real action last week was at Yahoo’s Dodgeball Keg Cup. Eight agencies competed in the tournament for the honour of winning the moderately prestigious Keg Cup and the highly coveted 50-litre keg of beer.
After a competitive pitch, Dentsu Aegis-owned iProspect has won the digital media account for Bigpipe, a stripped down naked broadband offering that’s part of Spark Ventures. Plus: chief executive Rod Snodgrass on the thinking behind the Spark Ventures strategy.
A new face is set to join the iProspect APAC team, with Marcus Hawkins-Adams coming in as general manger of the New Zealand office. Hawkins-Adams, currently Managing Director of Isobar Australia, has 20 years of experience in the digital arena, working on major brands both locally and globally.
Just three weeks after launching in New Zealand, iProspect has won the MySpace account.
The business was won without a competitive pitch and will involve search and digital strategy with iProspect and planning and buying through iProspect’s sister agency, Carat.
MySpace was looking for a like-minded progressive digital media …
After its inception in the US 13 years ago, iProspect launches in New Zealand. The company claims to be the ‘Original® Search Engine Marketing Firm’ that pioneered the practice of search engine optimisation and analysing online click-through data to increase ROI.
iProspect NZ is the company’s 21st global office …