The 2015 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards are ready to be collected. So if you feel you’ve performed heroic feats of marketing over the past year, get ready to submit an entry and show us what you’re made of. PLUS: how to win two tickets to the awards and a night at the Langham.
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Now that the Cannes hangovers have subsided and that the lions have been placed on the mantles, attention can shift to the local awards scene, which is currently gearing up for the 23rd edition of the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards after last week's announcement of the finalists.
This is just a quick reminder that the entry window for the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards is almost closed. Although the call for entries deadline is 23 May, this date can be extended to 30 May upon application. Those interested in entering can still download an entry from the event website.
The 2014 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards have shifted into the next gear of preparation with the announcement of the panel of judges who have been confirmed for this year's event, which will be hosted at the Langham on 28 August.
There are a whole heap of great marketing success stories in this country. But you've got to be in to win. And you've also got to craft a quality entry if you hope to stand out from the pack and win a TVNZ-NZ Marketing Award. So if you want to improve your chances, check out these six pieces of advice from past winners and 2014 judges Wendy Rayner, Ant Rainger, Jacqui Bridges, Michael Pryor and Bryan Crawford.
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