Sugar&Partners has appointed Zoe Virtue as Social Media & Digital Account Manager. She joins the well-established fast growing digital and client service team led by Dennis Carroll and Dave Nash. “Digital and social is the fastest growing part of our business. Our clients focus and demand for truly sharable work is at the heart of every brief, so bringing Zoe’s understanding and expertise from Air New Zealand
Incumbent S&P have beaten off up to 3 unnamed agencies in New Zealand to secure the South Australia Tourism account this time for a digitally led interactive campaign. “S&P delivered outstanding thinking and creative in the digital space bringing to life the knowledge and experience gained in previous traditional campaigns in a whole new way” says SATC Head of Marketing NZ – Stacey Cant. The campaign is
World Vision, The Power of 40. At a sell-out event at SKYCITY Convention Centre in Auckland, emceed by the fantastic Jesse Mulligan, 800 advertising types came together to celebrate the industry’s best creative work of the past year. Jeremy Craigen from DDB London, Matty Burton from Special Sydney and Mark Harricks from VCCP Sydney flew into Auckland, and joined the 5 local Jury Presidents on the Executive Judging P
Daikin’s latest campaign via Sugar&Partners aims to cut through the predictable heat pump and air conditioning category norms with an entertaining new direction for NZ and Australia. “Stepping away from Dan was a very conscious decision for us, it was right two years ago when establishing our specialist credentials – but it’s time the brand stood on it’s own two feet and established it’s own voice and style.” Say
Following an agency review by the Blues, Sugar&Partners is thrilled to be appointed as the Blues lead strategic and creative communications partner. “The credentials and strategy based review process was refreshingly well run and respectful”, said Managing Partner Jeremy Johnston. “We were also excited by the single-minded ambition the Blues team has on building a world-class sporting organization”. “This is a gr
This week sees the launch of a 40-week-long campaign surrounding live racing and sport. It signifies a big step change in marketing for the TAB, from a campaign specific to an always-on approach. The creative challenge for Sugar&Partners was to develop a fresh, consistent brand vehicle that projects accessibility, fun and sociability. Based around the simple truth that watching live racing and sport is muc
Reminding New Zealanders and the All Blacks that the Wallabies winning at Eden Park certainty is not on trend. The press ad ran in newspapers nationwide on Saturday morning on the front page of the sports section. The Result: New Zealand 51 vs 20 Australia What a difference a week makes.
The TAB has launched a campaign encouraging punters to ‘make some noise’ with a bet on the Football World Cup. The extra thrill and excitement a Football World Cup bet provides is illustrated through humorous big mouths. The campaign idea effectively delivers a variety of promotional offers including a chance at $5 million, if you pick the results of the entire tournament, along with every bet on the tournamen