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New Media Company - Punch Presentations Ltd

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Friday 20th October 2006


New Media Company Emerges from the Box - Punch Presentations Ltd


Award winning television production company Front of the Box Productions (LTD) announces the launch this week of its new corporate communications arm – PUNCH Presentations Limited. PUNCH will be focusing on providing visual resources to the corporate sector, government departments and developing new media solutions for its clients. Services will include the production of visual resources for internal company communications, policy dissemination, stakeholder communication, web based content, pod-casting, product launches, direct marketing and event management.

Wayne Marr, of consultancy firm Icon Vision Group Limited, has been appointed Senior Project Manager. Wayne has more recently been working for Spook Creative with a wide range of high profile clients such as Vodafone, BNZ and Nestle. Wayne says the following of Punch
“I am thrilled be involved with this exciting and innovative new Company. From many years working within the production and advertising industries, I know there is a real market for delivering messages in stimulating and informative visual mediums, and so it feels as if the world is our oyster”.

Using the success, facilities and the skills of the award winning team at production company Front of the Box Productions as their leverage, PUNCH intends to wow prospective clients with the dynamic and innovative options through the use of visual resources and interactive media technologies. It will offer its services to both corporate and government agencies, so that these organisations can “make their message count”.

According to Front of the Box Productions (LTD) CEO Claudette Hauiti, “We already supply non-broadcast communication services, via Front of the Box Productions, particularly but not solely for clients working in the indigenous markets. The demand for our overall communication expertise means we can effectively service our growing corporate clientele via PUNCH Presentations. We know that the two Companies will compliment eachother and be able to leverage off each others success.”


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