Tamaki, Auckland partners with Sticky for marketing

Sticky are excited to announce our work with the Tamaki regeneration project in Auckland.

Tāmaki’s multi-billion-dollar transformation is New Zealand’s largest inner-city regeneration project. The Government, community, and the mana whenua are working together to build a Tāmaki that’s inclusive and innovative with a global outlook.

The Māori name for Auckland means ‘the place, desired, by many.’ Tāmaki is the place where Auckland’s story begins. Its history stretches back over a thousand years and takes its name from the river that flows past its door.

Today, it’s transforming into a place that honours the past, and is connected to the future. Tāmaki includes Glen Innes, Panmure, and Point England, linked together making something new, inclusive and inspiring. Tāmaki is bringing together people with diverse cultures, desires, and aspirations, offering a place to grow, flourish and prosper.

Sticky is both excited and honoured to be assisting in the marketing of this major project, partnering with our friends at  leading property marketing agency Seymour Strategists.

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Craig Wilson is the founder of Sticky. He has been in the business of growing businesses for over 25 years. If you’d like to speak with Craig to discuss how Sticky might be able to help your business get better results, just book a call here.

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