Full Stop Foundation has launched a new video as part of its #MakeItStop campaign to highlight how domestic and family violence can take forms beyond physical abuse, and explore the impact of financial and emotional abuse.
The video, titled ‘Sound of Violence’, was developed with the help of advertising agency BMF – who kindly donated its services at no charge – and challenges perceptions that physical abuse is the only or worst type of domestic violence.
The broader campaign encourages Australians to share a photo holding their hand out with the hashtag #MakeitStop written on their palms on social media.
Global independent creative agency AnalogFolk has added more creative content firepower to its Sydney team with the appointment of award-winning Naomi Martin as senior copywriter and social lead. Martin’s focus will be further building the agency’s creative and strategic capabilities across editorial, branded content, influencers, creation and production. Formerly head of content at IPG Mediabrand’s […]
SkyBus’ latest ‘The Easy Way to Getaway’ campaign via newly awarded creative agency Hardhat aims to give a warm welcome to returning New Zealand travellers, letting them know the airport transfer service is ready and waiting. The win has seen Hardhat lead the charge on SkyBus’ strategy and creative across New Zealand, ensuring confidence in […]
Longtail UX, an Australian founded tech company with 70+ clients across the Americas, EMEA and JAPAC, has today announced a $2.25m supplementary equity raise in partnership with Woolworths Group’s venture capital arm, W23 and Steven Lew-owned group, Global Retail Brands (GRB). The investment builds on the $3m funding round led by Investec through its Investec […]