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AIM Proximity appoints global brand specialist

AIM Proximity appoints global brand specialist Roger Ginsberg

WELLINGTON 31 October 2007 – AIM Proximity, New Zealand’s leading direct and interactive marketing agency today announced the appointment of Roger Ginsberg to the role of Art Director.

A brand strategy specialist, Roger has a number of award winning campaigns to his credit including the ‘Smirnoff Half Day Off’ campaign which picked up the top New Zealand direct marketing prize, the RSVP Grand Prix. In addition, he was art director for the ‘Get Sponsored by Coruba’ campaign which picked up four RSVP Golds.

Commenting on the appointment, Brett Hoskin, Managing Director, AIM Proximity Wellington said: “We pride ourselves in providing our clients the very best in direct marketing and Roger’s appointment is yet another affirmation of that capability. His interactive and online marketing prowess further strengthens AIM Proximity’s digital capabilities while his expertise with global brands adds a further dimension. Roger will bring fresh ideas and a different perspective. We’re delighted to have him on board”.


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