2009 Winners Showcase
This award is presented by the judges to the best overall entry. The Supreme Award winner is chosen from all category winners.
For individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to New Zealand marketing. These people have distinguished themselves in marketing and/or related fields; contributed to the betterment of marketing and its reputation; individually motivated others to excel by mentoring, inspiring, training or volunteering; and completed their primary career.
Dave Shoemack: Export Gold & Export 33 brand manager at DB Breweries
Open to people who have up to two years' experience in marketing. The judges are looking for marketers who can demonstrate great implementation and a sound understanding of strategic vision.
Gillian Munnik: Manager, Marketing and Operations for Shareholder and Supplier Services at Fonterra
An award to recognise exceptional individuals. The judges look for a marketer who has achieved outstanding results in his or her marketing career, with emphasis on the past year.
The National Screening Unit of the Ministry of Health – National Cervical Screening Programme
Open to organisations whose activities involve fundraising, community services or any other activity where profit is not used as a measure of success.
Air New Zealand
Retail operations where the majority of business comes from direct purchase by consumers.
Frucor - Mizone Rapid
Any product which is purchased on a regular basis, usually inexpensive, and the result of a low-involvement decision-making process.
Open to companies whose main focus is to provide a service or product to the consumer. Includes banks, airlines, tourism and entertainment.
The University of Auckland Business School
Open to businesses whose products and services are directed toward other businesses.
Open to companies from which the majority of business is derived from direct purchase of goods. The products must be intended for long-term use.
Open to New Zealand companies who have operated for less than five years. The judges will look for originality in the marketing approach and will acknowledge innovation, growth and profitability.