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Office for Seniors and FCB create undercover crosswords to reach victims under abusers’ noses

FCB New Zealand’s Undercover Crossword campaign ahead of World Elder Abuse Day has seen a 36% increase in call traffic to the Elder Abuse Response Service helpline in its first week.

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.

What home assistant tech can do for your brand

Amazon Alexa entered the Australian and New Zealand market earlier this year. For Alexa’s launch, Amazon signed up a number of partners, including Air New Zealand, TVNZ and the New Zealand Herald – all categories that had seen success in other markets.

‘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.

Campaign Spotlight: The Department of Lost Nights

Earlier this year, the Health Promotion Agency set us to task to develop the next culture-changing marketing campaign in their Say Yeah, Nah series.

Changing Spaces: The Retail Experience

Technology and innovation have forever changed how we shop. In a world where you can shop anywhere, anytime, with just a few clicks, retailers are reimagining their brick and mortar stores to offer customers more than just a place to buy goods.

‘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.