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You say it best, when you say nothing at all


As much as I hate that song, the tune started playing annoyingly in my head as soon as I saw the Apata billboard go up. It’s still there as I write this, so thanks a lot Ronan bloody Keating.

Back to the billboard… Apata came to us with the idea of a campaign based around a wave of kiwifruit to celebrate the seemingly endless quantities of fruit coming through the shed this season. This billboard with CEO Stuart Weston riding a wave of fruit is the result. The overwhelming response Apata got from the industry and clients showed the message got through loud and clear.

Green Light for Bay Oval

We’re chuffed to have successfully helped the Bay Oval secure council funding for lighting the Bay Oval...Read more

Log traders website and portal goes live


It was great to launch a new website this month for TPT Forests. It’s been a huge project involving not only a rebrand and website, but a customer portal that allows TPT’s clients to track their shipment's in real time. Take a look here

The Curiosity Project


If you're looking for something interesting to do in the Mount this winter, check out a new local venture The Curiosity Project, a series of winter workshops for curious souls. Even better, the concept has been created by our very own Stacey and her good friend Joy. First up is The Beer Essentials Project, where you’ll learn all about the process of home brewing.

Who Wants to live in Tauranga? Apparently everyone


Over the past month we’ve unfortunately had to farewell two staff. Hard to understand why anyone would leave the Bay for cold, cloudy, damp and miserable old England but I guess that’s young people for you. What is easy to understand though is why people want move to the Bay, which was clearly demonstrated by the nearly 100 job applications we received within a few days of advertising on Seek…

Office horse harnesses creative spirit, keeps the studio stable, and cracks whip to keep ideas flowing furlong'er


Worst horse pun ever? Maybe. If you’ve driven past the shop lately you may have noticed Nellie peering out the front window. Don’t worry, you weren’t hallucinating, you really did see a life size horse. Fortunately for office hygiene Nellie is fibreglass. We’re thinking of getting a local artist to paint Nellie so if you have any suggestions on who that might be, let us know.

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