Stickman’s 10 years at PAK’nSAVE celebrated with ‘unseen’ FCB audition tapes
A decade of Stickman: the budget ad that became iconic
VTNZ appoints FCB as its new creative agency
FCB New Zealand will take over as VTNZ’s creative agency, effective immediately.
‘Oat the Goat’ a Bullying Prevention Initiative
A new bullying prevention initiative, in the form of an interactive storybook, was launched yesterday by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin.
Sleep-in for cancer research
Vodafone is asking Kiwis to sleep-in to help find a cure for cancer in a new campaign by FCB.
‘Mama Nature’ helps tackle litter
FCB New Zealand and Keep New Zealand Beautiful (KNZB) have launched an anti-litter campaign, fronted by a new kind of Mother Nature – a no-nonsense Kiwi character known as ‘Mama Nature’.
FCB promotes Blair Alexander to Media Managing Director
FCB New Zealand today announced Blair Alexander has been appointed to the role of FCB Media Managing Director.
FCB wins Gold at Festival of Media
FCB’s ‘Go Balls Out’ campaign has won gold in the Best Social Media
category at the Festival of Media APAC Awards.
FCB and Mercury create an electric beauty
Following on from their 2017 campaign of the year at both the NZ Marketing and Effie Campaign of the Year, Mercury and FCB New Zealand have now launched the second wave of their ‘Energy Made Wonderful’ brand campaign.
FCB’s Swim Reaper goes from ad campaign to cult icon
Popularity and fame is desirable for any ad campaign. But when it garners such a following that it brings in ‘fan art’, you’ve set the bar pretty high. So, what about when it inspires people to go a step further and tattoo themselves?
Most twisted take on moderation you’ll see
FCB New Zealand’s new integrated campaign, for The New Zealand Health Promotion Agency (HPA), plays on the insight that young people drink excessively because they think it leads to an epic night out. But, there’s a tipping point – a moment when ‘fun night out’, turns into ‘one too many’. What’s the point of an epic night out, if you’re too drunk to remember it?