Tuesday, February 13, 2007


Make a Big Noise for Make Trade Fair, a global, non-traditional media competition and campaign for Oxfam International, has launched worldwide.
The competition calls for anyone in the world under the age of 30 to dream up a non-traditional campaign idea for Oxfam’s Make Trade Fair cause. The winning entrant will then have their idea brought to life and distributed across new media channels globally in 2007.
The competition and campaign was conceived by The Rumpus Room, a new creative division of New Zealand-based production company The Sweet Shop. “We’re really looking for the kind of idea that can spark a phenomenon”, said The Sweet Shop’s Managing Director, Paul Prince. “That’s what it’s about: bringing a great idea to life for a worthy and relevant cause in the biggest way we can”.
In partnership with YoungGuns, Make a Big Noise for Make Trade Fair will be judged by over 60 of the world’s leading creative heavyweights in advertising, communication and new media. This elite jury - with members from South America, South Africa, the UK and Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and North America – will bring a truly international perspective to determining the winner.
“YoungGuns is delighted to be involved”, said YoungGuns founder, Kristian Barnes. “This is a great opportunity for creatives everywhere to push boundaries in developing a brilliant idea, using non-traditional media for a righteous cause”.
Oxfam International is excited by the launch of Make a Big Noise for Make Trade Fair to the world. “By embracing the changing communications landscape and championing the creativity of young people all over the globe, we hope to create something that will generate large scale awareness, bring about change and inspire a new generation to take ownership of the cause to Make Trade Fair”, said Bernice Romero, Advocacy and Campaigns Director of Oxfam International.
The Rumpus Room is a new division of The Sweet Shop’s that aims to harness the changing face of global communication; Make a Big Noise for Make Trade Fair is one example of this.
As Jacqui Kenny, Creative Director of The Rumpus Room explains: “The winning campaign for this competition should attract attention, invite participation and engage young people through new media everywhere”.
To learn more or to enquire about adding your support to the competition and campaign, visit the competition site at : www.makeabignoise.org


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I am 31, can I still enter?

Signed, Johnno, 46yrs old.

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Sweety-Glue Shop
The Gluey-Sweet shop
Te Sweet Society
The Gluey Sweety Society
The Shoppy Society of Sweet Glues

9:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best way to make trade fair is not to work for free to falsely legitimate someone else's fledgling "new media" agency with designs to put you out of a job. Its a tojan horse.

3:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's a tojan horse and where can I get one?

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or a trojan horse, even.

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahh, the great Tojan War.

The ingenious Greeks and their cunning attack on the Toys.

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who could forget fair Hellen of Toy: the face that launched a thousand model ships!

4:43 PM  

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