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Account wins: Fleur du Cap for TBWA\Hunt Lascaris Cape Town

TBWA\Hunt Lascaris Cape Town has won the Fleur du Cap advertising account and has extended its relationship with ooba, both of which are based in Cape Town. “The success of our offering is very gratifying and we’re delighted to add these accounts to the business,” says Tim Culley, Managing Director of TBWA\Hunt Lascaris Cape Town. […]

Account wins: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris JHB wins Distell’s Klipdrift account

TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg has been awarded the Klipdrift advertising account by Distell Group following a four-way pitch. The Klipdrift account gain means that the Johannesburg agency in the TBWA\SA stable now handles the advertising of six Distell brands – Klipdrift, J.C. Le Roux, Mainstay, Scottish Leader, Bain’s and Bisquit. As the lead creative and strategic agency […]

Account wins: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg wins J.C. Le Roux

TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg has won the J.C. Le Roux advertising account following a competitive creative pitch against six other advertising agencies. The agency already handles the advertising for four other Distell brands: Bisquit, Scottish Leader, Mainstay and Bain’s. “We are thrilled to add another Distell brand to our portfolio and to be working closely with the […]

TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg appoints chief creative officer

TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris\Johannesburg has appointed Peter Khoury as its new chief creative officer. Khoury spent the last seven years at MetropolitanRepublic but started in advertising at TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris in 2000. “We are thrilled that Peter has rejoined our team and are confident that his wealth of experience will continue to drive iconic work, setting us apart from the […]

Account wins for TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris

TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg has won a competitive pitch for the business of Werksmans Attorneys, the Gauteng and Western Cape-based legal firm. The agency also won SAB Miller brand Appletiser and Cuddlers disposable diapers earlier this year and has been appointed to help drive the return of the Datsun automotive brand to the South African market .

New Durban agency launched by three ex-TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris staffers doing well

by Herman Manson (@marklives) A new Durban based agency, Conversation LAB, launched August 1 after three TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris staffers broke away to go it alone, has successfully been picking up significant new business.

Founders Kevin Power, Tamerin Borland and Jonathan Oliff have also signed up Brighton, UK, based creative director Christian Anstice. Anstice continues to work from Brighton using technology to collaborate with his new colleagues (he already oversaw a photo shoot done in SA from his office in Brighton without any hick-ups says Power).

Power was Head of Client Service and Digital at TBWA and before that served a stint in London as Brand Director for Publicis Modem London. Borland was a Strategic Planner at TBWA and Oliff Digital Account Executive at the same firm. All four has strong backgrounds in digital.

Yet Conversation LAB isn’t positioning itself as a digital agency – instead it is aiming to build on through-the-line thinking with a strong digital influence. The agency also promises to be strategically lead and media agnostic and has brought on board an interesting collective around the core team to assist it in cracking client problems.

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