by Sean McCoy. How many South African creative agencies are remembered for a special culture?
We’ve created a table of independent creative agencies in South Africa. Listings are voluntary and made directly by the agencies involved.
by Lebogang Tshetlo & Charles Mathews. “Every person is unique and, when it comes to transformation from a career perspective… nothing has changed for me,” says Bradlee Holcomb.
by Marguerite Coetzee. Just as the springbok transitioned from a symbol of separation to hope and then to unity, so, too, can we shift our national narrative and know that Everything’s Gonna Be OK.
by Megan Power. What we do now, together, will determine how quickly that final whistle gets blown. Here are a few behaviour 101s for businesses, big and small, worth highlighting at this distressing time.
by Andy Rice. Not since Rolls met Royce have two words been so intimately joined at the hip.
by Megan Power. I’ve always hated made-up kids’ names and it’s similar to how I feel about brands that try to impress by using inane descriptors to market their products.
by Louise Burgers. Consumer expectations and purpose-driven marketing have to be at the heart of every major decision by brands and in the retail market today.
by Carey Finn. The FCB Joburg creative director and Find New Words co-founder has a few words for young women — and everyone else — in advertising.
by Jessica Evans. While Odette van der Haar has embraced her new position at Publicis, she remains involved in the ACA, and it seems she still has much to do.