Book your place for two world class events on 8 and 9 September ‘Marrying Big Data with Real Consumers’ by Fiona Blades. Brought to you by The Research Association New Zealand. Special rates to CAANZ members apply.
What do Neil Finn, Justin Timberlake, Simon Gault & Dave Dobbyn have in common?
They are all part of the exclusive prizes that will be auctioned off at this year’s Battle of the Ad Bands competition - in support of BOTAB’s official charity: The New Zealand Music Foundation.We sat down with The Foundation’s General Manager Peter Dickens to pick his brains about these stunning prizes. You won’t want to miss out.
The one event on the advertising calendar that has nothing to do with advertising is nearly here. Bands have been announced and tickets are now officially on sale.
CAANZ is pleased to announce Paul Feldwick as this year’s NZ Effie Awards international judge. Paul will be coming to Auckland to join the Executive Judging panel in the final round of judging.
James McGhie, Managing Director at Apex General Insurance sat down with us to discuss how they support our industry, how much fun they have at BOTAB and his theory on James Moore from Fish!
Flying Fish and CAANZ are thrilled to announce a new sponsor to BOTAB this year, Citroen who are providing an exciting DS3 to the winning band for a month, as well as a special deal for our members! We sat down with Simon Rose, Divisional Manager at Citroen to chat through cars, music and BOTAB.
Colmar Brunton in conjunction with NZonair has recently published the “Where are the audiences? - Benchmark survey of New Zealanders’ media consumption”. A copy of the final report is available in the members only area.
CAANZ Internships 2015. Applications open 1 August 2014.
With the media landscape evolving at a frantic pace, an improved approach to your strategic media planning is essential to building marketing effectiveness and improved ROI. That’s why CAANZ and AUT University, along with New Zealand’s leading Media Agencies, have teamed up to provide an in-depth media course for mid-and-senior-level marketers…
If you’ve worked in this industry long enough you’ll have seen them. Some of you may even have fallen victim to them yourself. They’re a blight on our industry and an increasing embarrassment for agencies and marketing teams alike. We are, of course, referring to the disparaging remarks posted by Anonymous commenters on advertising blogs; invisible trolls, that seek to undermine and criticise other people’s work, often fuelled by their own envy. This year, .99’s creative campaign for the 2014 New Zealand Effie Awards seeks to tackle this issue head on.
New Zealand Effie Awards 2014 - Important dates for your diary!
CAANZ partnered with 90 Seconds TV to capture the pre Gala event highlights of the 2014 inaugural Beacon Awards.
Advice to members on election advertising. Available to members only
The full gallery of the 2014 Beacon Awards Gala Dinner.
See the results of the 2014 Beacon Awards.
Over 830 of New Zealand’s leading media personalities came together to celebrate the industry’s best work of the past year at the inaugural Beacons Awards at Auckland’s Viaduct Events Centre, emceed by TVNZ’s Jesse Mulligan with entertainment from Auckland Daze.
CAANZ CEO Paul Head has announced that Simon Lendrum, Managing Director of JWT New Zealand has been elected to the position of CAANZ President vacated by the retiring Sandy Moore.
The 2014 Axis Speaker Event was a successful day, showcasing global thought leadership around the theme of “creative collaboration.” CAANZ partnered with 90 Seconds TV to take the opportunity to interview our speakers after their presentations and to interview some of those people attending the event to get their perspective of the day.
Sandy Moore, President of CAANZ for the past three and a half years and former CEO, DDB Group this morning announced his resignation as President of CAANZ.
See the photos from the 2014 Axis Awards!
At a sell-out event at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland last night, 800 advertising types came together to celebrate the industry’s best creative work of the past year.
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 is replacing the Sale of Liquor Act 1989. See the Health Promotion Agency’s guide.