JCDecaux New Zealand have formed a number of strategic partnerships to give back to the community and develop deeper relationships with important stakeholders.



JCDecaux and Haumi Design Studio have been working together since mid 2022. The collaboration brings Maori storytelling to the national JCDecaux digital network. JCDecaux sites are a stage for Haumi to inspire a mass conversation about modern Maori concepts; it brings te ao Maori to the wider public and communicates ideas through a Maori lens.


Cure Kids is a charity focused on the best health outcomes for New Zealand children. Established in 1971, it has invested more than $65 million into research to shape and vastly improve the way children who live with serious diseases and health conditions are diagnosed and treated. Cure Kids is the largest funder of child health research with the vision of healthier kiwi kids, and a brighter future for all.  Find out more

JCDecaux has been working with Cure Kids since 2021 and helps promote the charity’s important work. Through highlighting Cure Kids’ fundraising campaigns, especially the annual Red Nose Day in July, JCDecaux directly enables the organisation’s outcomes through increased fundraising revenue.



JCDecaux partners with the New Zealand Olympic Committee and its desires to promote sport, excellence and the Olympic values. As a charity, this important organisation helps fund athletes to focus on delivering world-class performances at the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championships. Find out more

Athlete and team success is integral to our national identity and the Committee are engaged in education for young New Zealanders to teach Olympic solidarity and promote active lifestyles in general. JCDecaux’s relationship helps create buzz around sporting events and shares in-the-moment, near real-time updates from Games to widen understanding and increase interest in events. Together both organisations have delivered emotive and innovative Out-of-Home campaigns.



JCDecaux is an active member of the Out-of-Home Media Association of Aotearoa. Working alongside other major players in the industry, we help to promote better outcomes for advertisers through the effective and innovative use of Out-of-Home.