21 December, 2016

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READERSHIP RESULTS

READERSHIP RESULTS 

The New Zealand Herald’s readership – in print and online – continues to rise, with newspaper readership growing for the fourth consecutive survey period and digital audiences at record levels.

Weekend readership in particular is at a high, bucking international trends with the Herald on Sunday retaining its title of best read Sunday newspaper in New Zealand and a strong increase of 24,000 new Saturday readers for the Weekend Herald.

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GAMEBALL

GAMEBALL 

PlayImpossible is developing a unique ‘active gaming system’ which connects sporting equipment to software.

This start-up has created the Gameball that recognises speed, height, and spin, which is then sent to the Gameball app. The app acts as an automated score keeper, letting players know who demonstrated the best ball skills.

Gameball aims to bring back physical play to those who are addicted to video games.  

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TALENT17

TALENT17 

The Talent17 Employment portfolio returns in 2017 as a multi-media platform designed to deliver the very best active and passive candidates.

Talent17 is underpinned by a digitally led approach - providing new and improved platforms to reach the right audiences and influence the right talent. 

MORE HERE


2016’S BEST HOLIDAY VIDEOS

2016's BEST HOLIDAY VIDEOS

Perhaps some inspiration for your next pre roll video, AdWeek has pulled together a list of the best viral commercials, themed conveniently around the holiday season.

The compilation includes brands like John Lewis and titles as eclectic as ‘Kevin The Carrot’ to help you get into the festive spirit. 

WATCH THEM HERE 


WIN A NEW ZEALAND OCEAN SWIM SERIES PRIZE PACK WITH COAST!

To help you stay active over the summer break, Coast in support of The New Zealand Ocean Swim Series, are giving you the chance to win one of 30 special NZ Ocean Swim Series Prize Packs!

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84% OF PROFESSIONALS IN NZ ARE OPEN TO NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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Source: LinkedIN New Zealand Talent Trends 2016