by Herman Manson. The Odd Number Group and King James Group have big ambitions for Groundswell, their new joint-venture agency announced last week.
by Sabrina Forbes. In 2017, TymeBank was the first new banking licence to be awarded in SA in 20 years.
by Herman Manson. Rob McLennan, who won’t be leaving advertising, plans on pursuing a number of passion projects of his own.
by Herman Manson. Over the course of 20 years, King James Group has established itself as one of the creative drivers in the South African agency market.
The King James Group has brought together its digital agencies in Johannesburg and Cape Town to create a one entity: King James Digital. Launching in October 2017, it combines digital agency Punk and social media specialists, Society, with recent acquisitions, Flint & Tinder and SOC, that were trading as Punk Johannesburg and Punk Media. The […]
by Herman Manson. This follows the news that Graham Lang, CCO of Y&R SA and Africa, is leaving the agency at the end of November 2017.
by Remon Geyser. Marketing, creative and advertising professionals in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria take a look at “Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum”.
by Herman Manson. Y&R SA has won the Edgars account, and Promise has won Edcon’s Speciality division, according to multiple sources.
by Herman Manson. Pick n Pay is moving its advertising account to King James Group, the latter announced on Twitter on Thursday.
Fourteen years after its launch King James has emerged as South Africa’s most acclaimed independent ad agency. Growing organically, the agency has finally reached a tipping point to boost confidence, influence and revenues, even as it steers the challenges of offering a fully integrated, digitally adept service.