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Friday, October 07, 2005

Someone reads the paper so you don't have to Part 2

> In part 2 of NBR's superficial look at advertising CDs they concentrate on second-hand imports. We learn Mike O* is Irish and used to work in the UK. As indeed did Toby Talbot*. Richard Maddocks* is apparently from Australia. Jeneal*and Tom Eslinger* are from America. Nick Worthington (42) is still astonished NZ can make popular and award-winning ads for $20,000. Sion Scott-Wilson (41)single-handedly saved the creative rep of Asian advertising. Oliver Maisey (39)likes NZ, as does Paul Catmur (46), who also likes fishing. Andy Blood (38)introduces us to a new word, Kiasu - which is Hokkein for winning at all costs. And last but by no means least, Todd McCracken (19) has over 230 international and national awards to his credit and is the youngest CD ever in the history of the world.

* age not provided in article.

3 Comments:

Blogger ChrisWoznitza said...

Hi I´m Chris. Greatings from Germany Bottrop !!

10:50 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which agency are you running, Chris? JWT/Assignment?

11:08 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris is one of our new copywriters. Leave him alone until he settles in please.
- A. Stone

11:17 AM NZDT

 

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