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The NZDM Awards Judges Feel the Love


The NZDM Awards Judges Feel the Love

A strong-line up of 76 direct marketing specialists are set to return or join for the first time the judging panel for the 2013 NZ Direct Marketing Awards.

Returning this year is Chief Judge Trevor Moodie, The Department of Marketing, who will oversee the Industry, Channel, Craft, Special (Individual) and Grand Prix Awards judging, along with Graham Sergent, Acxiom, who is the Chief Judge for the Nexus and Nexus Supreme Awards for his fifth year.

“Last year we saw some great direct marketing campaigns entered into Nexus categories, where we see those enabling and laying the foundations of great DM being rewarded. I am very excited to see if the love is still as strong this year “.
Graham Sergent, NZ Country Manager, Acxiom

“We’ll be looking for exceptional insight-driven marketing projects and campaigns that have generated outstanding results. And of course, we’re also looking for outstanding individual Direct Marketers and Direct Marketing Organisations to take out the sought-after individual awards”.
Trevor Moodie, Director, The Department of Marketing

It’s not too late to enter. The deadline is 5pm 25 October and the extended deadline (on application) is 5pm 1 November 2013!

To download your entry forms visit www.nzdmawards.co.nz

Chief Judges
Trevor Moodie, Director, The Department of Marketing
Graham Sergent, NZ Country Manager, Acxiom


Industry and Channel Judges
Adele Fitzpatrick, Marketing Manager, Loyalty New Zealand
Alison Wheatley (FCIM), Executive Director Supporter Marketing & Fundraising, Royal NZ Foundation of the Blind
Amanda Partington-Kay, Director, Skinny Marketing
Amy Morrison, Managing Partner, justONE
Annette Leonard (MCIM Chartered Marketer), Product Development Manager, Southern Cross Health Society
Ant Rainger, Managing Partner, Rainger Connect
Ben Harvey-Lovell, Marketing Manager, Mercury Energy
Bindi Norwell, Director, TNS New Zealand
Caroline Clarke, Direct Customer Engagement Manager, The Warehouse
Daniel Green (MCIM Chartered Marketer), Sales and Service Manager Commercial, Mercury Energy
Deidre Ross, Managing Director, Mailshop
Emily Blumenthal, Insights and Planning Manager, Foodstuffs New Zealand
Emma Luxford (MCIM), Marketing & Communications Manager, State Insurance
Emma Matthews, Marketing and Brand Manager, Southern Cross Health Society
Fiona McPhee (MFIA, MFINZ, MCIM), Strategy Director, Pareto Fundraising
Gail McIntyre, Direct Marketing and Lottery Manager, Heart Foundation
Jackie Shaw, Manager Direct Marketing Campaigns, New Zealand Post
Jacqui Baigent, NZ Marketing Manager, Animates
Joel Frost, General Manager, Tango Communications
Laura Goldie, Senior Account Director, DraftFCB
Lisa Broderick, Specialty Marketing Manager (DM/Online), Flight Centre
Louise Burgess, Customer Communications Manager, AA Insurance
Michal Petrus, Senior Planning Manager - Business, Westpac
Mike Frederickson, Head of Marketing, Asteron Life
Monique Ferguson, Account Director, justONE
Paul Catmur, Creative Managing Partner, Barnes, Catmur and Friends
Philippa Wilkinson, Marketing Communication Manager, ANZ
Rebecca Smith, GM NZMP Brand & Communications, Fonterra Co-operative Group
Regan Yan, Managing Director, Digital Alchemy
Sean Keaney, Director of Integration, Clemenger BBDO
Sharon Henderson, Director, Federation
Simon Breed, Director, Twenty
Simone Kaho, Data & Lifecycle Strategist, Jericho
Steve Christie, CRM Manager, BMW Group New Zealand


Craft Judges
Andrew Sims, Creative Director, Republik Communications
Annabelle Fowler (MCIM), General Manager Market Development and Retail Sales, Air New Zealand
Brett Hoskin, Creative Director, AIM Proximity
Chris Long, Creative Group Head, .99
Duncan Wilson, Senior Art Director, Federation
Greg Whitham, Creative Director, Ogilvy
Jeff Harris, Senior Creative, Affinity ID
Jerry Beale, Senior Creative, True
Joe Holden, Creative Director, Big Communications
Joseph Silk, Director, Chemistry Interaction
Kenton Osmond, Creative Director, Twenty
Maggie Christie, Director of Integration, Colenso BBDO
Mark Dalton, Art Director, AIM Proximity
Michael Griffith, General Manager, Marketing Impact
Murray Reid, Director, Federation
Patrick Murphy, Joint Creative Director, Chemistry Interaction
Philip Tetley-Jones, Copywriter, The Dispensary
Rob Banks, Writer, DraftFCB
Sarndra Bell, Group Account Director, Affinity ID
Stuart Hinds, Creative Director, justONE
Tony Bozzard (FCIM Chartered Marketer), Senior Account Director, KMS Data
Tracey Martin, Client Service Director, Jericho
Wayne Pick, Creative Director, Colenso BBDO


Nexus Judges

Carmen Vicelich, Managing Director, Data Insight
Claire Bonham Holden, Customer Data Planner, RAPP
Darron Jermy (MCIM Chartered Marketer), Enterprise Account Manager, Pitney Bowes New Zealand
Fiona Ehn, Head of Product and Customer Solutions, Bank of New Zealand
Geoff Cooper, Co-founder/Director, Affinity ID
Jon Edmonds, Senior Digital Consultant, Touchpoint Group
Mark Wilson, Director, Twenty
Martin Bremner, Chief Executive Officer, Super Liquor Holdings
Paul Hickey, Direct & Data Strategist, StellarData
Susan Needham (MCIM Chartered Marketer), Performance & Analytics Director, Dynamo


Special Awards
Alan Hard (FCIM Chartered Marketer), Managing Director, Marketing Impact
Chris Watney, General Manager – Marketing, Genesis Energy
Debra Brooks, Marketing Contractor
Keith Norris (FCIM Chartered Marketer), Independent Consultant, Marketing Association
Matt Scott, General Manager – Digital/Direct, DraftFCB
Mike Cunnington, Deputy Commissioner – Information, Inland Revenue Department
Todd McLeay, Chief Executive Officer, Whybin //TBWA

The complete list of the 2013 NZ Direct Marketing Awards judging panel is available at the Awards website. http://nzdmawards.co.nz/meet-the-judges-2013

The awards evening will be held on Thursday 27 February 2014 at The Langham, Auckland

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