Barcelona, Amcor and NZ Post: social media wrap-up

Here are just a few of the gems you might've missed in social media this week…


  • Amcor naming it's spin-off company 'Orora'
  • A UK security printer hit with a $700,000 corruption charge
  • The 75-year-old piece of paper that started the computer era
  • NZ Post cutting letter delivery due to the decline in snail mail
  • Rawson Graphics' Lachlan Finch joining a fundraising walk

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Facebook fun

  • Barcelona football club wrapping its team bus with Mactac
  • Ooh Media promoting the Spring Carnival with 3D fascinators
  • Kansas City Library's amazing old book façade
  • 75 amazing pieces of paper art
  • Fujifilm sponsoring the Ride to Conquer Cancer

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LinkedIn discussions

  • Is there a place for B2 digital?
  • Has a customer ever pushed you to submit their job for an award?

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Our top five stories this week were…

1) Media Options collapse: $3.3m claims, no buyer found, key meeting on Friday

2) Rumour engulf Kalamzoo, so what is really happening at NZ giant?

3) Bruce Mansell tragedy: industry legend loses eyesight after car crash

4) World's biggest printer passes $11bn revenue with mega-acquisition

5) Crystal capitalises on $380k govt grant, but another $1.8m of grants under threat

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