Ata Mārie Wellington: Building social license on a shoestring budget
The Marketing Association is launching a new informal morning get-together at The Arborist on Willis Street. You can stop by on your way to work for a coffee, a muffin, and a 30-minute presentation. We’re keeping it short with a sharp focus on practical work done by your Wellington peers.
For our initial Ata Mārie event on 28 February, we have invited David Lewis from the Predator Free NZ Trust to discuss how they are building advocacy and facilitating the message to inspire communities into action – all on a small budget.
Find out how they are empowering their team and providing the tools they need, how they are utilising social media and creating their own content as a charitable organisation in a constrained environment.
Predator Free New Zealand Trust
As the Head of Marketing Communications at Predator Free New Zealand Trust (PFNZ), David leads a team of creative professionals who are passionate about advancing the predator-free mission through compelling and engaging content across multiple channels. He oversees the production and distribution of high-quality content, including EDMs, social media posts, media platforms, and internal communications. With over 15 years of experience in strategic communication, branding, and media relations, David has developed a keen sense of how to craft and deliver stories that resonate with diverse audiences and stakeholders.