Co-Directors Anna Dean and Angela Meyer 

Not everyone can turn online buzz into real-world results, and vice versa. These two can by knowing how to make the right noise with the right people. They’re in the business of making corporate cool with a track record for innovative, behaviour-changing strategies. They’re not afraid to make hard decisions in the name of high-impact results.

Angela Meyer often surprises, sometimes shocks and always delivers.

In a nutshell: She has a track record for innovative, behaviour- changing strategies. She’s not afraid to make hard decisions in the name of high-impact results. 

Reason for being? Many of Angela’s personal projects are about helping women realise how ace they are; she started the Real Hot Bitches international dance troupe. Ange’s happy place is in nature, and she will fight fiercely to defend it. 

Claim to fame? Ange is known for having wild adventures - like that time she and her husband, along with their one year old baby, bought a boat in the Caribbean and sailed it through the Panama Canal and into the Pacific. Things didn’t end so well. Want to know more? Why not read Sea Fever, the book she wrote about it. 

Angela was also a finalist in the 2016 Women of Influence Awards.

Anna Dean has changed the name of a capital city.

In a nutshell: Not everyone can turn online buzz into real-world results, and vice versa. Anna Dean can. By knowing how to make the right noise with the right people, she’s in the business of making corporate cool.

Reason for being? Anna cut her teeth in the art world – helping friends’ projects get the attention they deserved. A Golden Bay girl at heart, she also has a deep connection to the land and is never afraid to plunge into the sea. Social issues, like the gender pay gap, also get Anna fired up.

Claim to fame? TV3’s David Farrier described Anna as a “marketing genius” after she changed Wellington to “Vellington” for the launch of What We Do in the Shadows.

Lauren Harrigan is our 2016 intern turned full-time Double Denim Girl Friday. 

She’s really interested in the place of women in politics and the media, especially in a digital context. She also attended the 62nd Commission on the Status of Women in New York in March. You can read her newsletters of her time in NYC here.

We also work with top creative and development talent across New Zealand and Australia.