The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA), together with the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and Media Federation of Australia (MFA) have agreed on a set of digital working practices in the Australian advertising industry.
Titled ‘The Australian Digital Advertising Practices’, the agreement aims to support advertisers, agencies, publishers and digital platforms by listing out areas of responsibility and requirements for everyone in the industry.
In addition, the agreement hopes to provide clear guidance to these partners in the ecosystem when working together, build trust, establish a common language and extend confidence in the industry.
“Our collective goal was to create a common language and set of best practices that could be used by all participants throughout the digital ecosystem. AANA, IAB and MFA and our combined membership cover all points in this ecosystem and working together, as opposed to separately, offers us the best prospect of achieving positive change,” said John Broome, chief executive officer of AANA.
“The approach we are taking means that that the right questions and right discussions can now be had between advertisers and their partners. These will deliver better outcomes for all.”