The New Zealand marketing industry has long been adept at celebrating marketing greats who have made a difference and pushed the envelope that little bit further. It’s no different in 2011. Today, NZ Marketing magazine in partnership with the Marketing Association (MA) has opened the call for entries for the 2011 edition of the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards.
Marketing, advertising & media intelligence
Ten Kiwi companies have been recognised for creativity and innovation in their campaigns in the sixth annual Fly Buys Marketing Awards, with New World Wellington taking home the supreme award, as well as awards for Customer Retention & Behaviour Change and the Best Use of Database for their Lifestyle Mailer.
With three times as many entries than the 2009 edition, the esteemed judges of the 2010 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards had a pretty tough job ahead of them deciding on the finalists. But after plenty of discussion, dissection and deliberation, the judging has come to an end and NZ Marketing magazine and the New Zealand Marketing Association (NZMA) can announce this year's leading contenders.
Pressure, as they say, makes diamonds (it also makes heart attacks and oil spills, but in this case, let's stick with diamonds). And the pressure is on to get your entries in for the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards, with the gates officially closing at 5pm today. But, if you require an extension, break glass, call Sylvia Devlin on 361 7763 or email email@example.com and plead your case.
The call for entries for the 2010 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards is now open. Hopefully you already know that. But what you might not yet know is that the New Zealand Marketing Association (NZMA) and NZ Marketing magazine have managed to secure a very impressive bunch of marketing brains to do the judging.
Heyho! The TVNZ-NZ Marketing awards are all go. Now in their 19th year, the 2010 TVNZ–NZ Marketing Awards celebrate proven excellence in New Zealand marketing. The awards are run as a joint venture between NZ Marketing magazine and the New Zealand Marketing Association (NZMA). And there’s some exciting ...
Listen: Airbnb user design experience manager Jenny Arden on design building trust, design-thinking and designer-founders
Professor Marshall Professor Roger Marshall of AUT University Business School has been named judging convener for the 2010 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards. Professor Marshall is the chair of marketing at AUT and has an impressive resume, both as an academic and as a former marketing professional.
Heyho! The TVNV-NZ Marketing awards are all go, for 2010. And somehow that rhymes. Now in their 19th year, the 2010 TVNZ–NZ Marketing Awards celebrate proven excellence in New Zealand marketing. The awards are run as a joint venture between NZ Marketing magazine and the New Zealand Marketing Association (NZMA). And there's some exciting news, too.
Got your ticket to the biggest marketing event in the calendar, the TVNZ/NZ Marketing Awards? With only two weeks to go here’s three reasons to attend: Win new business by schmoozing new prospects. Get a new job by schmoozing new employers. Get that winning feeling by schmoozing with ...
Got your tickets for the TVNZ/NZ Marketing Awards yet? Seats for the grand affair on October 30 are now extremely limited with only a handful left. Go to the Marketing Association website to register. The esteemed finalists are:
The final finalists have been announced for the TVNZ/NZ Marketing Awards. A record number of entries this year so competition is fierce. Behold these masterful marketers. NZ Post Marketer of the Year: Aisha Daji Punga – Marketing Director, Frucor Beverages Group Brendan Downey Parish – Sales & Marketing General Manager, Cerebos Gregg ...
All of NZ’s top marketers in one ballroom. Dressed up to the nines, supping champagne, feeling confident. Who will be the supreme winner? Who will cry in the corner? Who will tell tipsy tales? Get your tickets now to the TVNZ/NZ Marketing Awards, Friday 30 October, Crowne Plaza ...
New Zealand’s big brands are bouncing back in 2009. Air New Zealand, The Warehouse, Frucor and Westpac are among the household names to be selected as finalists in this year’s TVNZ/NZ Marketing awards. Of the 21 finalists, 16 are medium-to-large sized companies. Two are government agencies. New ...