Australasian Catalogue Association

Category: ProPrint

Long and short of rounding up a winning cattle-dog

Australia’s 2017 catalogue awards was – as always – a contest of big budgets and small, long runs and short, giants and minnows of the print industry.
The 26th annual Australasian Catalogue Association awards were presented at a gala event at Melbourne Exhibition Centre attended by a record 734 guests.

Source: GX Press

Myer, David Jones announced winners at catalogue awards

The Australasian Catalogue Association (ACA) hosted its 26th Annual ACA Awards last week showcasing the art of catalogue and letterbox marketing from industry leaders and up and coming talent. With a record attendance of 734 guests, the room was filled with retailers, creatives, agencies, printers and distributers all awaiting to hear who had been crowned as award winners of the night.

Source: Appliance Retailer

Awards recognise catalogues as effective sales tools

This year’s finalists included Vintage Cellars, Dan Murphy’s and P.A.L.S who were recognised for the successful campaigns they ran from May 2016 to April 2017. Ultimately it was Vintage Cellars’ ‘Best Of Awards 2017’ produced by AJF Partnership and the Coles In-House team that wowed the judges.

Source: The Shout

Franklin Web, PMP dominate awards

Kellie Northwood, CEO, ACA, notes, “The ACA awards night showcases the best our industry has to offer, together in one room – creative agencies, retailers, printers and distributors – we all recognise we are really working in one industry. We celebrate new talent and industry leader’s creative work, major retailers and new retailers to the sector across Australia and New Zealand.”

“These awards are part of our strategic plan to remain committed to working with our partners, Retailers and Agencies, to continue delivering powerful, agile and responsive print marketing campaigns that form a solid foundation to the overall campaigns being executed.”

Source: Australian Printer

Local retailers crowned at Australasian Catalogue Association Awards

“After launching the New Zealand category last year, this year we are delighted to continue to showcase their impeccable content and the creators,” says Kellie Northwood, chief executive officer of the Australasian Catalogue Association (ACA). “The ACA recognises the reputable talent in New Zealand, and tonight we get to see how brands have pushed the boundaries to drive the consumer purchasing journey.”

Source: Stop Press NZ