The Commercial Communications Council (Comms Council) has released today, ‘Why Aren’t we Doing This? - How long term brand building drives profitability’, a book written by UK strategist, Peter Field; urging marketers and business leaders to understand how overly sales-led advertising is negatively impacting their business in terms of long-term growth and profitability.
A new annual awards programme launching Monday 24th September 2018 will recognise the country’s most impressive PR, experiential and social media campaigns.
Thanks to Diversity Works New Zealand, BNZ, Air New Zealand and Clemenger Group for sharing their perspectives and learnings with our industry on the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in NZ.
The Signoffs from 99 have taken the title of BOTAB 2018 champions in front of a sell-out crowd at Galatos.
The giant $1500 travel cheque from Fortis Travel went to Ashlee Choi, the deserved drummer from MBM’s Rage Against the Machine-Learning.
Last year, a survey of the industry conducted by the Commercial Communications Council found that there is widespread understanding of the need for greater diversity in the industry, however there is a clear gap when it comes to formal policies and programmes within agencies. In response to these findings, the Comms Council Inclusiveness & Diversity Group set a goal that all member agencies have an Inclusiveness & Diversity Policy in place by the end of 2018.
The Comms Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Pickering; Director, Brand Spanking to the position of Chair for the PR, Experiential, and Social Media Committee (PREScom).
Think TV is a collective voice for the industry to celebrate and hero the scale and effectiveness of television advertising in New Zealand.
The Comms Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Samantha Osborne; Managing Director, Mindshare to the position of Chair for the Media Committee.
In May 2018 the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) will come into force. It may have an impact on New Zealand organisations.
Widespread support for diversity but gaps in formal policies and programmes to drive better outcomes
- The Commercial Communications Council sets target for all members to have diversity policy and plan in place by the end of 2018 -
ANZA and the Comms Council came together to work collaboratively, along with input from clients and agencies, to create a best practice guide to help ease the agecy selection process, tailored to the New Zealand market.
Congratulation to all the finalists and winners!
View the winners list from the 2017 Effie Awards in association with TVNZ.
For the first time in BOTAB’s 10-year history, Flying Fish have taken out the championship title with their band, Fish TACO.
Inaugural Deloitte report shows contribution of advertising industry to New Zealand economy worth $6 billion
The Communication Agencies Association of New Zealand has undergone a change of identity and will now be known as the Commercial Communications Council.
A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to all the worthy winners of the 2017 Beacon Awards in association with NZME.
Download the results list.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 Axis Awards!
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2016 Effie Awards were proudly brought to you by CAANZ in association with TVNZ our Commercial Partner.
We also thank Commercial Partner, NZME and sponsors: Nielsen, Facebook, The Radio Bureau and Soar Print.
The CAANZ Board has elected Louise Bond, CEO of PHD Group, as President of the Association, after Simon Lendrum’s decision to step down, following his two and a half year stint in the role.