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Te Anau Time on the world stage

We're stoked to announce that Te Anau Time has been recognised in Campaign Brief - The Work and received 9 x finalists across four major awards; Effie Awards, Best Awards, TVNZ Marketing Awards and MAD Stars.

Campaign Brief - The Work features the very best advertising of the year from Australia, New Zealand and Asia. 'The Work' only accepts entries for projects that have been a finalist or winner at an awards show - making an extremely competitive field that we feel honoured to be featured in.

The Effie Awards are all about 'awarding ideas that work'. There are lots of awards out there. But, for marketing communications effectiveness, none carries the prestige and authority of the Effie Awards.

The Best Design Awards is an annual showcase of excellence in graphic, spatial, product, digital and motion design. We recieved 2 x finalists for Te Anau Time in 'Design Communication' & 'Public Good'. We're looking forward to the awards in October!

MAD Stars (formerly AD Stars) is an international marketing, advertising and digital contents awards. On average, MAD Stars receives 20,000 entries from over 70 countries every year. We are extremely grateful to have received 4 x finalists for Te Anau Time in 'Place Brand', 'Pivot', 'Brand Experience' and 'Activation & PR'.

A bit closer to home, the TVNZ Marketing Awards focuses on the essential business disciplines and benefits of great marketing. Now, in its 31st year, the awards are a celebration of the collective excellence in creative and strategic thinking that goes into award-winning marketing. We managed to score 2 x finalists for Te Anau Time in 'Marketing Excellence' and 'Short-Term Marketing Initiatives'. We're looking forward to the awards in mid-September.

After only just recently being awarded a D&AD Wood Pencil, we are humbled to see Te Anau Time gain more national and international kudos.

Of course, none of this would be at all possible without our epic partners; Great South - Southland Regional Tourism Organisation, Paul Gunn - Gunn Communications and Shotover Media.