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The Apprentice NZ - More jobs than you can poke a stick at

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 8:00am Thursday 13 May 2010    Print Article

I have finally managed to track down a embeddable copy of The Apprentice New Zealand aired in April. In this episode (Week 8, 6th April 2010), the contestants are set a challenge by SEEK NZ.

Unfortunately those outside NZ were unable to view the show online until recently. 

The challenge was set by SEEK NZ General Manager, Annemarie Duff and Marketing Manager Helen Souness to "create a original 30 seconds TV commercial to demonstrate in a compelling and creative way that demonstrates SEEK has the best and widest ranging jobs in NZ"

The 3 key criteria the contestants had to follow was - creativity, message content and adherence to the SEEK brand personality.

The video streaming quality is low, and split below into 3 parts.









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Article Tags: the apprentice new zealand seek.co.nz seek new zealand helen souness annemarie duff job board

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