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Ogilvy lands Department of Labour Business

Media Release
28 February 2008

Ogilvy lands Department of Labour Business

The Department of Labour has appointed Ogilvy as advertising agency for its Workplace work group. Ogilvy won the business following a highly competitive tender process that featured nineteen submissions.

According to Livia Esterhazy, Managing Director Ogilvy Wellington, “The Department of Labour’s activities have the potential to benefit all New Zealanders’ lives and the economy. It is something Ogilvy is thrilled to be a part of,” she says. “ It is a significant win strengthening Ogilvy’s share of the Government business”.

The Department of Labour’s Workplace group delivers employment relationship and workplace health and safety services and information to customers, alongside policy advice to government on employment relations, health and safety and ACC.

Ogilvy Managing Director, Greg Partington is delighted with the win and expresses his gratitude to the Department of Labour for the vote of confidence in the Ogilvy offer. “This was an Ogilvy New Zealand pitch in which the entire Ogilvy team got in behind our submission and we’re all delighted at the outcome”.

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