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  • SuzukiBRS

    The Suzuki Baleno RS, simply exceptional

    We recently had the pleasure of helping Suzuki develop a campaign for the Baleno RS. This top-of-the-line Baleno model with BoosterJet turbo performance attracts those customers who value premium features, interior space, and good performance in the medium sized car category. The job of this campaign was twofold – a “save $2,000” message, and the…

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    SeniorNet – confidently connecting seniors with technology

    Digital inclusion for older people has become an increasingly important focus since the advent of COVID. We all need the ability to stay connected with each other and the outside world – and as we all know, technology plays a huge part in facilitating this. So, we were privileged to be present at the recent…

  • Plunket logo on Suzuki vehicle door

    Suzuki partners with Whānau Āwhina Plunket

    We recently had the privilege of helping our client Suzuki New Zealand bring together a brand-new partnership with Whānau Āwhina Plunket. Suzuki is now the official vehicle partner for Plunket, providing new cars for the nationwide fleet, to be driven by nurses and support staff on home visits and other important work in the community. Both…

  • Local television: are you remotely interested?

    TV is still an integral part of Kiwi life with 3.2 million viewers (73% of our population) watching linear TV each week, and spending over 2 hours per day watching TV. It is no surprise that local content is at the heart of the top programmes enjoyed by Kiwis. In the last quarter, 11 local…

  • Cartology launches in New Zealand

    Cartology is the latest iteration of Countdown supermarket’s media offering, which now encompasses more than just in-store opportunities. Using a joined-up data solution informed through online shopping and OneCard information, Cartology can now provide media solutions throughout the grocery purchase journey. Shopper engagement opportunities include front-of-store, in-store, in-aisle, at shelf, and beyond the physical store…

  • Fisheries NZ and Māori Television collaboration

    Fishing is one of New Zealand’s most popular recreational activities. There are an estimated 600,000 recreational fishers per year, which makes up 17% of the population.  Fisheries New Zealand focuses its efforts on ensuring there are enough fish in the water for all our most important fish stocks and for future generations of recreational fishers…

  • Understanding the Impact of COVID-19

    It is going to be hugely important that we understand changes in the behaviour of Kiwi consumers as a result of COVID-19.  Domestically we already have – and will continue to see – a huge shift in consumer demand and behaviour, and we anticipate this will continue in the short to medium term. We will…

  • New On The Team

    We are thrilled to welcome our newest member, Kylee Davidson-Corrin to the GSL Promotus family. As the latest addition to our dynamic media team, Kylee shares a few words with us – “I have recently joined the team at GSLP after a brief stint media supplier side.  My career started at Mediaworks many, many years…

  • Conservation Volunteers Wellington - Tree Planting

    Growing A Forest At The Heart Of Wellington

    The team here at GSL Promotus were lucky enough to get the chance to work with the team at ‘Conservation Volunteers Wellington’ in helping them reach their goal of planting 15,000 native trees in Wellington this year as a part of their ‘Forest at the heart of Wellington’ project. The first part of the day…

  • Save a Life. Download the St John NZ CPR Mobile App

    Last week, our General Manager Jodi Macauley, completed the St John refresher course, just in case someone in the office needs saving.  An interesting learning from the course: CPR is only undertaken in approximately 50% of the cases it could be, and when it is, there is a 70% chance it will be on a family…