by Herman Manson. The Odd Number Group and King James Group have big ambitions for Groundswell, their new joint-venture agency announced last week.
The King James Group SA has launched KingJames34° in Kenya. “This announcement really marks the introduction of King James Group Africa,” says James Barty, King James Group co-founder and CEO. Retail and shopper marketing agency, 34°, was acquired in August 2019. “We’ve always wanted to expand into other parts of the continent but wanted to […]
by MarkLives. King James Group SA has concluded a deal with Cedar Communications in the UK to take over the licensing agreement in southern Africa.
by MarkLives. The integrated comms group has acquired a majority stake in the retail and shopper marketing agency.
Lesego Kotane has been promoted to managing director of King James the Second, effective 1 August 2018. Kotane joined the King James Group as strategic planning partner five years ago and has been part of the senior leadership team in Johannesburg. Former MD Charles Matterson will now focus on client service and operations. “Lesego came […]
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 Herman Manson. After recently ending its relationship with Ogilvy Cape Town, Allan Gray has announced its new agency partner.
by Herman Manson. Pick n Pay is moving its advertising account to King James Group, the latter announced on Twitter on Thursday.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) The King James Group has been appointed to handle the Sanlam Group advertising and communications account. This comes hot on the heels of Sanlam’s announcement yesterday, Thursday, 13 February 2014, that it was effectively ending the lead agency status of MetropolitanRepublic, which it had appointed just over a year ago.
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.