News in Brief: 17 September 2014

By AdNews | 17 September 2014

Australians in Spikes Asia Festival

The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity has received 763 entries from Australian companies and almost 5,000 in total. Judges will make a call on the winners at the event in Singapore next week.

Optus wins Kinsale Sharks

Optus’ Clever Buoy campaign which highlights its shark detection technology, has taken a bite out of the Kinsale Sharks global awards winning two golds for M&C Saatchi in the ambient and international digital craft categories.

King Content Oracle Partner

Content marketing agency King Content has become a ‘Gold-level’ partner on the Oracle Partner Network.

Airbnb and Nespresso at ADMA 

Airbnb's head of email marketing, Roger Foisy, and Adela Messinger, retail operations director of Nespresso UK, have been confirmed as keynote speakers for ADMA Engage 2014 in Melbourne and Sydney.

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