March 24, 8:00am - 9:00am NZDT. Hosted at Biz Dojo
part of a series on Taboo
About the speaker
Hell Pizza’s phenomenal Marketing Manager, Jason Buckley is the brains and creative genius behind Hell’s legendary marketing campaigns and is joining us this month to share all things Taboo in the marketing world of Hell.
Jason bought his first business at 19 which was a hairdressing salon before moving onto rugby management (Hurricanes & All Blacks) in the early 2000s. Taking a change in 2004 Jason purchased two Hell stores in Napier, followed by another in Wellington which lead to makes 10 years making pizzas and now 6 years as the head marketer of Hell NZ.
During his 16 years at Hell Jason has seen the impact of taboo / controversial marketing tactics, but they go hand in hand for Hell. From the logo, to the company car that comes in the shape of a hearse, to injection pens and the infamous campaigns that have created so much anger, tears, and hopefully laughter Jason will share with us the best taboo marketing that Hell has done and what impact it had on the brand.
We’d like to think that most creative thinking happens with coffee at your side. So when given the opportunity to support CreativeMornings, it made sense for us to shout everyone a cup of coffee. It’s also a chance for us to showcase what we do, what’s important to us - our links with people we buy from, the various methods of making, and most importantly, share the coffees we source from around the world.
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