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New Award For Top Media Business

CAANZ Media Awards 2003

New Award For Top Media Business

The Call for Entries has gone out for the annual CAANZ Media Awards 2003, with entry forms and details online on

This year there is a new award for “Media Agency/Department of the Year” sponsored by New Zealand Outdoor Advertising (a newly formed entity including Adshel & Look).

The CAANZ Media Committee have modelled the award criteria on similar international awards and CAANZ Events Manager Clare Cassrels said, “the objective of this award is to promote Media as a business in its own right”.

Entrants will be required to submit entries, which demonstrate sound business management and acumen in the areas of income growth, staff stability, client stability, creativity and innovation.

As well as providing written documentation, entrants are asked to provide testimonials from three key clients to describe how the agency contributes to their success and return on investment.

Cassrels noted that entrants would be required to provide contact details for these clients, and that in some cases the client would be contacted as part of the judging process.


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