by MarkLives. What are the expectations of South Africa’s marketing and advertising leaders for the industry in 2017? First up is Jarred Cinman.
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Clover, your advertising is misguided
by Jarred Cinman. Permit me a moment of rare sanctimony for adland, if you will: this kind of lazy, unwise, poorly executed and embarrassing work demeans us all.
#CoronavirusSA: WTH just happened — and how does adland survive?
by Jarred Cinman. Bonds forged now, as on any battlefield, will stand the test of time. And those abandoned may never be forgiven.
2020 & beyond is the era of the black-owned agency
by Zibusiso Mkhwanazi. I would like to expand on Jarred Cinman’s views — which I fully agree with — in his MarkLives, #BigQ2020 trends piece.
#BigQ2020: The future is here
by Jarred Cinman. Like all good trend-watching articles, I will pare it down to three big things to watch out for in South African adland this year.
#BigQ2019: Is advertising screwed?
by Jarred Cinman. The thing we all forget is that companies still need to ply their wares to customers.
#CannesLions: Cannes of beens
by Jarred Cinman. I’m here to report that certain clichés about Cannes Lions are true — and others are even more true.
Did the MAC Charter lie to us?
by Jarred Cinman. Did the MAC Charter lie to us? Have we, as an industry, been sent off on a wild-goose chase? Even those of us who’ve actually caught the geese find ourselves empty-handed.
The heart of BEE is our own minds
by Jarred Cinman. This piece on black economic empowerment (BEE) is for those who desire transformation but for whom it keeps feeling just out of reach.
BEE myths & facts in adland
by Jarred Cinman. Following on from my introduction to black economic empowerment, here’s a collection of BEE myths and facts.