From real-time data, a quest for relevance and a move to online qual, NZ Marketing chats with Stephen Walker, Business Director, ANZ at Toluna who reveals the top five trends affecting the way New Zealand businesses and marketers will gain consumer insights in 2021.
Easter is a time for everyone to stock up on groceries, books, fancy lunches and dinners – and take well-deserved breaks. Tasman Page says this time of year is also the perfect opportunity for businesses to learn how to effectively use social media to provide the best information and experiences for consumers during big spending periods.
Inside the March/April 2021 issue of NZ Marketing, your guide to essential marketing, advertising and media matters in New Zealand.
In the March/April 2021 issue of NZ Marketing, we map out the country’s creative and media agencies with a special Map of Adland. Get a downloadable copy here.
In a year punctuated by the Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing business and retail challenges, digital marketing campaigns took pride of place at the Shop! ANZ 2020 Retail Marketing Awards.
A marketer who knows how to get the most out of her magazine advertising is Karen Warman, Marketing Manager at Resene. She speaks to NZ Marketing about the power of bespoke magazine marketing.
New research could provide critical insights for marketers and creatives when producing Covid-19 advertising. Experts say advertising campaigns in general need to model positive internal motivation rather than external reasons like reward or punishment if they are to be effective.
We get reaction to the Google, Facebook, Australian Government showdown over the News Media Bargaining Code, and asks how this may play out in New Zealand.
With the world much changed in the past 12 months, brands have had to reevaluate their offerings and strategies as to the best approach for engaging customers. From media plans and e-commerce integration to creative brand building and agency relationships, Bruce Gourley shares his insights into the future of brand marketing in New Zealand.
New research into expert opinion on the impact of 2020 on the future of advertising has been released and the findings point to eight scenarios marketers think are likely by 2030.