Helen Flannery has worked for New Zealand Police for the past five years. At the forefront of developing the NZ Police brand, she was a finalist in the 2020 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards, Marketer of the Year category. She talks to NZ Marketing about marketing’s power to make a difference.
Former Head of Digital Subscriptions & Loyalty at Stuff, (now Global Customer Value Program Manager at Philips Healthcare), Barend van der Maas chats loyalty programmes and the importance of driving digital.
From tax law to ‘selling’ burgers, 2020 TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards Young Marketer of the Year Finalist Izis Weatherhead is helping global fast food giant Burger King reach new customers. She sits down with NZ Marketing to share her thoughts on big brand marketing and her aspirations for the future.
Head of marketing and partnerships at Rhythm & Vines Kyle Bell shares his insight into promoting one of New Zealand’s most successful festivals and what he thinks it takes to excel in the field.
An ex-law and finance graduate who turned down a role and career with a prestigious New Zealand law firm, Michael McRae has established himself as a strategic, creative and commercial marketer at DB Breweries. NZ Marketing sits down for a cold one with this Up & Comer for a wide-ranging interview.
There’s a lot of people doing amazing work in the NZ marketing world. TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards 2020 Marketer of the Year Finalist Gabrielle Markwick-Brown is one such person. Two year’s into the role of Marketing Manager at IAG, she’s successfully implemented and executed the relaunch of State earning her industry-wide recognition.
Recently landing the role of Agency Sales Manager at We are Frank, Ebony Kitching is a marketing whiz with a passion for advertising. Mollie Edwards sits down with this Up & Comer for a discussion on finding her feet in a somewhat daunting industry.
With a passion for digital analytics, Google’s Pablo de la Vega is using his AdWords campaign experience to help large organisations reach digital maturity as they go on to conquer the global market.
In 2019, Christchurch’s Q Brand Builders blew out 25 candles. With a quarter of a century under its belt, we sit down with owner and Managing Director, Tania Biddles, to learn about how the agency has discovered the value of forming real partnerships with clients.
We give the mic to our future leaders to hear their thoughts on the industry. In this edition we chat with Hugh Brothers, a creative at TBWA.