by MarkLives. What are the expectations of South Africa’s marketing and advertising leaders for the industry in 2017? Next up is Xola Nouse.
by MarkLives. What are the expectations for the marketing and advertising industry in 2018? Next up is Xola Nouse of The Odd Number.
by Herman Manson. A primary school friendship has taken Xola Nouse and Sbu Sitole through high school, varsity and careers into the business partnership that is The Odd Number.
by Herman Manson. The Odd Number has appointed Terry Mckenna as its new ECD.
by Herman Manson. Nedbank, Wimpy, Absa/Barclays, H&M and MultiChoice Africa were but a few of the account pitches and new business wins last year.
by Herman Manson. Wimpy has confirmed that it’s “terminating its relationship” with advertising agency, The Odd Number.
by Herman Manson. The Odd Number has acquired a minority equity stake in Hoorah, the digital agency recently launched by Shaune Jordaan, Jay Thomson, Tasmin Kingma and Neil Pursey.
by MarkLives. The win follows shortly on last month’s news that The Odd Number has become lead agency for Wimpy.
by Herman Manson. This follows a five-way pitch that included incumbent agency FCB Africa, King James II, Grey South Africa and Net#work BBDO.
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency fellow ad execs feel is the “one to watch” in South Africa in 2018 — the agency from which they expect great things in the year ahead!