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Request your FREE PDF of the Campaign Brief Hot+Cold Chart for Australia and New Zealand

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There is a chart for Melbourne/Sydney, plus Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth, as well as New Zealand.

Request your FREE PDF of the Campaign Brief Hot+Cold Chart for Australia and New Zealand
CB-HOT-COLD-CHART-NZ-WA-QLD-SA-NEW.jpgThe annual Campaign Brief Agency Creativity/Billings Index (or Hot+Cold Chart) has just been published, a must for all ANZ agency CEOs and ECDs plus marketers on the look-out for a new agency - or to see where their agency is placed in the industry.

There is a chart for Melbourne/Sydney, plus Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth, as well as New Zealand.

Request your FREE hi-res PDF, which you can print out and pin on your wall - or blow up to A2 or A1 and frame.

About the CB Hot+Cold Chart:


While size may be important to some big clients ("I've got a bigger agency than you"), it is by no means the only measure of an agency's worth. Which is why Campaign Brief introduced in 1997 a new way of measuring our agencies: by relating their size to their creative product.

That way, clients seeking a big, creative agency know where to look. Some may prefer a small, creative shop. Others may seek a big, conservative operation. Or a small shop that pumps out what they want, when they want it, at the right price.

Whatever their tastes, CB make it easier to see where a selection of agencies in Australia and New Zealand sit in our 20th Annual Big vs Small - Hot vs Cold cross-analysis.

You can view past CB issues and subscribe at Campaign Brief Online
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Campaign Brief, Thu, 18 Feb 2016 20:37:46 GMT