We’ve updated our revenue rankings to give an overview of the relative scale of agencies in the South African communications landscape.
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 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.
by DK Badenhorst (@BrandCultureSA) In order to understand the reason that Santam’s “One of a kind” ad has received so much traction, despite kicking us in the shins, it’s important to wind back the clock.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) The King James Group has been appointed to handle the Sanlam Group advertising and communications account. This comes hot on the heels of Sanlam’s announcement yesterday, Thursday, 13 February 2014, that it was effectively ending the lead agency status of MetropolitanRepublic, which it had appointed just over a year ago.
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.
King James, one of the country’s most respected ad agencies, is full of good news. The Cape-Town-based agency, named after its founders Alistair King and James Barty, has been winning business and accolades and has just moved into the stately building it bought, the historic Roodebloem Manor, in Woodstock, Cape Town.
by MarkLives. For 2019, Joe Public United has been voted as most-admired ad agency, with King James Group SA as runner-up, in SA by SA agency execs.
by MarkLives. For 2019, James Barty has been voted as most-admired ad agency boss, with Mike Abel as runner-up, in SA by SA execs.
by Herman Manson. Today we introduce another new category: which PR agency SA’s agency execs most admire.