Gordon Ray, founding partner and executive creative director of M&C Saatchi Abel Cape Town, is now creative partner, with Jake Bester taking over as ECD. Comments Neo Mashigo, M&C Saatchi Abel Group chief creative officer, “Gordon has played a huge role over the past nine years, growing the business and, in the process, producing iconic, […]
The M&C Saatchi Group has announced the departure of its Johannesburg Group chairperson, Jerry Mpufane, who will be joining South African Tourism as hub head in the Americas. “It is a privilege to get the opportunity to fly the South African flag, and to join the efforts of positioning our country as a fantastic holiday […]
by Herman Manson. Matthew Buckland has exited Creative Spark, the digital agency he launched, and taken its news and media division, Burn Media, with him.
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by MarkLives. Windhoek Beer has announced its new lead agency for South Africa.
The new creative partner for the M&C Saatchi South Africa Group is the multi-award-winning Neo Mashigo. Based out of Cape Town, his primary role will be to help build the M&C Saatchi Group of Companies by partnering Gordon Ray (founding partner: ECD Cape Town) and Adam Weber (partner: ECD Johannesburg) within M&C Saatchi Abel, as […]
by Herman Manson. M&C Saatchi Group has experienced rapid growth in Gauteng, resulting in Jerry Mpufane being promoted and Alan Bell joining.
by Herman Manson. The SA agencies remain jewels in the crown of the M&C Saatchi network, says Moray MacLennan, worldwide CEO of the group.
Heineken South Africa has tasked M&C Saatchi Abel to launch the world’s biggest apple cider brand, Strongbow, into the South African market, following a competitive pitch. M&C Saatchi Abel already manages its beer brand, Heineken. “Five years ago, the Heineken team appointed M&C Saatchi Abel. They have become trusted business partners who have affected massive […]
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