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Finalists announced for the 08 RSVP & Nexus Awards

Finalists announced for the 2008 RSVP and Nexus Awards

2008 has been an outstanding year for the development and implementation of response-driven marketing campaigns and we now know which campaigns have led the way.

Over the past few weeks, a panel of industry experts has been busy judging a record number of entries into the 2008 RSVP and Nexus Awards. After great discussion and deliberation over the ‘breakthrough’ entries, the judges have rated the top contenders.

The judges believe this year’s entries are reflective of the great diversity of work happening in the industry and clearly demonstrate the marketing practices and skills required to be “an exceptional marketing practitioner”.

The RSVP and Nexus Awards comprise of three categories:

- RSVP Awards recognise excellence and innovation in marketing campaigns that stimulate a response

- RSVP Craft Awards celebrate the 'art' of the individual elements within response marketing campaigns

- Nexus Awards recognise excellence in creating the foundations on which response-driven campaigns are built

With the finalists decided, we are now counting down to the grand event.

Winners will be announced at the Awards evening, Friday 27 February 2009, so mark that date and get ready to celebrate.

The Marketing Association acknowledges TVNZ and New Zealand Post Mail Marketing Services as Premier Sponsors of the Awards.

A full list of finalists can be found at www.responseiseverything.co.nz/#/lobby/

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