Magna Carta Reputation Management Consultants has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer, effective September 2016. Sechaba Motsieloa, currently corporate affairs director at McDonald’s South Africa replaces current CEO, Vincent Magwenya, who is stepping down after having been with the TBWA\ Group for four-and-a-half years. Motsieloa started his career at SAB in 1997, is council […]
Magna Carta Reputation Management Consultants has appointed Moliehi Molekoa as acting managing director and Mary Gearing as acting deputy MD; the two have both have been with Magna Carta for 12 years. The positions will only be filled permanently in 2018. The current CEO, Sechaba Motsieloa, will be leaving Magna Carta to pursue interests outside […]
by Kyle de Waal & Morgan Botha. Welcome to #AdChamps, a new monthly column where two ‘millennials’ celebrate the outliers — those special ads that connect and engage.
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by MarkLives. Luca Gallarelli will be replacing Sean Donovan as TBWA\South Africa group CEO, effective 1 December 2019.
by MarkLives. TBWA has tasked South African group CEO, Sean Donovan, with the additional role of TBWA\Asia president.
by Jason Harrison. If we’re to pitch “the brief” as the starting point for leaps of genius instead, I believe there are three fundamental shifts required.
by MarkLives. We ask a handpicked selection of PR execs to each select ONE feature, news article or research report (accessible online) that they believe would benefit their peers to read and why.
by Herman Manson. In 1994, Pernod Ricard South Africa was a one-brand business. Today, the range is extensive.
by Faheem Chaudhry (@FaheemChaudhry) It’s time we write the new rules. It’s time to rethink how we orientate ourselves in the ad industry. We’re in the midst of our own revolution — the consumer revolution. So let’s take a moment to zoom out a little, and focus on what is really going to drive remarkable change for organisations and businesses in the years to come.