WELLINGTON, Today: Creative agency Doublefish has delivered a new campaign for Careerforce, urging New Zealanders to consider careers in care & support.
AUCKLAND, Friday: DDB & Track Aotearoa have been awarded the business of New Zealand’s largest farmer-owned rural supplies co-operative, with Farmlands appointing both agencies to lead its brand, creative, and data-driven marketing requirements.
AUCKLAND, Sunday: MediaWorks arm QMS NZ plans on making it easier for advertisers to buy premium digital out of home billboards by launching Hivestack’s digital outdoor programmatic platform.
AUCKLAND, Today: Stanley St chief creative officer Regan Grafton has confirmed rumours that he’s about the leave the agency for a new gig.
Last night, at the 2021 Beacon Awards, a sell-out crowd of 800 of New Zealand’s leading media personalities came together to celebrate for the first time as a big crowd, since 2019, and to acknowledge the industry’s best media-lead campaigns from 2020. Hosted by the hilarious Hayley Sproull, the evening highlighted the smart and innovative media-thinking that is driving advertising and comms up and out of Covid-19.
Auckland, Thursday: FCB Media has again dominated the 2021Communications Council Beacon Awards, held at Shed 10 in Auckland last night.
NEW YORK, Today: The One Club for Creativity has opened the call for entries for Young Guns, celebrating international creative professionals age 30 or younger.
AUCKLAND, Today: Film Construction – a heavyweight NZ producer with outposts in Sydney and Singapore – has welcomed director Cody Mathieson Packer to its roster.
AUCKLAND, Today: The Pond, which modestly (but accurately) describes itself as “NZ’s foremost recruitment agency for creative & design, digital & tech, and marketing professionals” is taking recruitment to the next level by offering CliftonStrengths’ strengths-based assessments in conjunction with Jason Biggs to fully refine candidate selection alongside their standard, four-week fulltime recruitment process.
AUCKLAND, Wednesday: Off the back of recent new business wins, Mango Aotearoa is expanding with the recent appointments of three new team members. And, says MD Claudia Macdonald, “we’re looking for more”.