Browsing: Jon Ramage

Movings/shakings
Movings|Shakings: 29 May
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Jon Ramage back in the game, DDB goes digital, Thick as Thieves hauls Oates, Super Liquor man moves up the chain, CAANZ believes the children are our future, and Pack & Co adds another impressive establishment to its portfolio.

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Moore replaces Ramage as Y&R NZ’s top dog
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After a bit of a rough patch, the newly rebranded ‘global boutique’ Y&R NZ has been slowly getting back on the good foot, with some nice work for the likes of HRV, Shapes Roadies and ACC, and some big names being added to the staff roster, among them Josh Moore as executive creative director, Ross Goldsack returning as non-executive director and Scott Henderson manning the fort in Wellington. And now there’s another big change to announce, with the chief executive of seven years Jon Ramage stepping down and being replaced by Moore.

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Y&R NZ floats down Quickflix stream
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Y&R NZ has been appointed as the creative agency for Quickflix Australia and New Zealand and will start immediately on developing separate campaigns for both markets. And Quickflix is certainly going to need some help in this market, as it seems to have largely gone under the radar since launching with a call to the government to regulate content rights because they hinder broadband uptake. 

Movings/shakings
Movings/Shakings: 8 May
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Ross Goldsack re-joins Y&R as non-executive chairman, Trent Harnett joins Malcolm Phillipps at the head of 2degrees’ marketing table, Leonie Collins leaves her post at Eye and Carolyn Enting joins Mindfood.

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Life’s good at Y&R
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Y&R has won a large proportion of LG Electronics business including strategy, creative, media, digital, social, and sponsorship, effective immediately.  The incumbent was Punch.

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Y&R wins HRV account
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Y&R has won the total HRV business including strategy, creative, media, digital, and direct after a competitive tender process.  The incumbents were the Brand Group and Hunter Media.

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Y&R’s creative stocks replenished as Moore returns to the homeland
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Y&R has been on the hunt for a replacement executive creative director since Vaughn Davis departed in September last year. And it’s managed to lure one of our boys back home, with Josh Moore, a Kiwi lad who has been working in Sydney for the past five years as executive creative director and partner in US Sydney, taking up the role.