Committing to more inclusive and diverse representation, NZ Marketing Editor David Nothling-Demmer engaged four marketers for a conversation on gender in the industry and what can be done to achieve equality.
Wunderman Thompson is a leading creative agency specialising in building personalised connections and enduring relationships through advertising, digital and experiences.
With marketing only becoming more diverse and complex with the introduction of new technologies and ideologies, it’s the role of the CMO to be across it all. NZ Marketing profiles the progressive CMO of the future as the current crop of leaders tell what top traits are needed to make a mark.
Home to the central government, a thriving film industry, the Royal New Zealand Ballet, two universities and a more than generous distribution of incredibly steep hills, Te Whanganui-a-Tara has built a reputation as the heart of New Zealand’s creativity.
With the belief that emotional brand advertising should sit at the heart of a successful long-term marketing campaign, Trustpower and Art & Industry set out to create a strong, emotional story that people would really feel.
In a world of uncertainty and constant disruption, businesses (both big and small), are increasingly looking to external guardians for their brands. Courtney Devereux explores how public relations practitioners are positioning themselves as agents of necessity and why the external comms sector might be better placed to help brands navigate crises.
Catherine Harris is one of a handful of women leading the charge at a New Zealand-based creative agency. The CEO of TBWA\NZ, or the Disruption company, shares her impression of the country’s creative space, how she’s disrupting the market and what it takes to be a cultural engine for 21st century business.
What do you get when you ask a whole bunch of proud Kiwis to share their little slice of paradise with the rest of the world, every day for 365 days? A genuinely warm ‘Good Morning World’, a feeling of being part of the whānau and a Global Effie.
When it comes to digital B2B marketing, all that’s really required is the internet and a creative mind. And, while there’s a lot of commonalities between B2B and B2C marketing, those operating in each space will tell you, the tactics between the two are very different. Or are they? Monique McKenzie investigates.
Are silos the enemy of effective marketing? In a time of greater connectedness and integration, David Nothling-Demmer puts the question to leading marketers as they look to best navigate the nuances of modern marketing.