by Herman Manson. Rob Mclennan, Graeme Jenner and King James Group have teamed up to launch a new full service start-up ad agency in Johannesburg. The new agency will be known as King James II.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) Net#work BBDO is losing both its Executive Creative Director Rob McLennan and Deputy Executive Creative Director Graeme Jenner.
Mike Schalit, Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of Net#work BBDO South Africa, confirmed that their resignations have been received by the agency. According to Schalit the creative partners are leaving to set up a new hot shop. They will remain with the agency for several months to ensure a smooth transition.
Schalit says Net#work BBDO has always spawned creative break-aways, some of which have become highly successful agencies in their own right, like Ireland-Davenport and Joe Public. According the Schalit the agency has always attracted creative entrepreneurs and eventually they do leave but not before contributing to the legacy of Net#work BBDO
by Herman Manson. Rob McLennan, who won’t be leaving advertising, plans on pursuing a number of passion projects of his own.
by Herman Manson. It’s been a little over two years since Rob McLennan and Graeme Jenner teamed up with King James Group to launch full-service startup ad agency, King James II, in Johannesburg.
Net#work BBDO has announced its new creative leadership team following the departures of Executive Creative Director Rob McLennan and Deputy Executive Creative Director Graeme Jenner.
McLennan and Jenner were amongst those who left following the loss of the Nedbank account late last year to Joe Public.
Net#work BBDO promoted internally – Schalit had already indicated that the move of McLennan and Jenner would allow the next layer of creative talent to move up within the agency.
Jenny Glover and Brent Singer have been appointed as Joint Executive Creative Directors of Net#work BBDO. Bruce Anderson was appointed to a new leadership support role, which will see him form part of a new Executive Creative#Council with Glover and Singer, and which will report directly to the Chief Creative Officer Mike Schalit.
by MarkLives. This week we highlight the “Father’s Share” campaign for Allan Gray by King James II.
by Herman Manson. Over the course of 20 years, King James Group has established itself as one of the creative drivers in the South African agency market.
by MarkLives. Allan Gray launches its newest campaign on Sunday, 13 May 2018, the first one produced with its new agency, King James the Second.
by Herman Manson. After recently ending its relationship with Ogilvy Cape Town, Allan Gray has announced its new agency partner.
by Oresti Patricios. King James II, Pick n Pay and Darling’s tongue-in-cheek journey through the pitfalls of the Christmas season — SA style.