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The Interactive Advertising Bureau of New Zealand (IABNZ) is the trade association for online and mobile advertising. It promotes growth and best practice for advertisers, agencies and media owners.
Measuring Online Audiences in NZ - Overview of Current Suppliers August 2014
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The Interactive Advertising Bureau of New Zealand (IABNZ) released the results today from their latest survey that provides a snapshot of online shopping behaviour in New Zealand.Read more...
All around New Zealand, 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year – St John members care for communities, help people in medical and accident emergencies, and relieve sickness and injury.Read more...
Big Mobile has launched a range of creative new high impact display advertising formats specifically designed for smartphone and tablet.
Developed by Big Mobile’s UX team the new suite of next gen advertising products provide a creative canvas for advertisers to create rich story-telling brand building experiences and have been designed to leverage the unique interactive characteristics of mobile.Read more...
The Interactive Advertising Bureau of New Zealand (IABNZ) has announced the appointment of Adrian Pickstock as the organisation’s new Chief Executive Officer.
As CEO, Adrian will be responsible for the overall management of the IAB and achievement of the organisation’s objectives, to represent and promote the interests of members, and to grow the interactive advertising industry. He will report to the Chairman of the IAB Board.Read more...
Starting today, consumers will be invited to try the new MSN, represented in the New Zealand advertising market by Mi9 (part of Nine Entertainment Co.). Microsoft is previewing the new web experience at http://preview.msn.com/en-nz/ with the official launch in the coming months.Read more...