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  • Happy #InternationalBeerDay! 🍺

In honour of this fun global event, we’re very excited to share our most recent brew, Energi Rapsody!

What technically is a ‘Rhapsody’ you ask? It's a piece of music written without a formal structure, expressing powerful feelings and emotional excitement. In that note, our limited edition beersie is rich with highly contrasted tasting notes and colour!

This fresh brew is a Bohemian Pilsner with black pepper hops and spicy herbal undertones, that will take you on a journey.

Rhapsody comes along with a curated playlist of Rhapsodies to give you the full experience. 

Check out the playlist link in our bio!
  • July 2020 will be remembered as the month for social media going dark.

At Energi, we joined the global boycott initiative over the last 30 days in order to express our disappointment in key social media platforms allowing hate speech to fester unheeded. 

Read more about this, along with the other exciting things we and our clients have been up to during this period in our latest newsletter. Link in our bio. ✨

#GoodEnergi #BlackOut2020
  • Another year has rolled by and we are back to Matariki Festival and the new year. We recommend visiting Takutai Square at Britomart to get your hands some  delicious hangi by the @themaorikitchen and watch daily kapa haka performances

 #heartofaklcity #matariki #hangi @heartofaklcity
  • A very happy belated birthday to our amazing account directors, Melissa and Pen. ✨ 

We are so grateful for both of your diligence and hard work over the years.

You both bring so much joy to our team and clientele, we appreciate all your contributions to making the magic happen.

Special thank you to @bluebellscakery and @flowersafterhours for helping us spoil our girls. 

Let the celebrations roll on! 🥂
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Homegrown

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AlwaysInspired

Day-in, day-out we are living in a world where a million things are competing for our attention, this “always-on culture” almost never sleeps. It’s a world that you create, feed and nurture. Be it your following on Instagram, your YouTube subscriptions or daily newsletters you sign up for. “Solitude is at its greatest premium. As the attention span of an entire generation is decimated to mere seconds, our responsibility …

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ARVR

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FacebookChange

Q&A with Mel Lee – Strategic Director @ Backchat Media Facebook threw us all a curveball at the beginning of this year, rolling out a series of changes in how it presents and serves up content. Posts by friends and family are now placing higher in our news feed, resulting in fewer posts from the publishers and businesses we follow. Now I thought who better to discuss these changes …

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AppPersonalise

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PositiveBrandWins

For most companies competing for Google or Facebook News Feed placement comes at a significant cost. Facebook algorithms are constantly being tweaked requiring companies to spend more money to maintain their already tenuous place on consumers’ news feeds. Likewise, bidding wars for Google Ad Words can see marketing budgets blown long before they were scheduled. Like it or not, it’s a fact of life.  So how then, do some …

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