Khaya Dlanga is joining South Africa’s new data-only mobile network, rain, as chief marketing officer and group exco member from 8 November 2018 and will build rain’s brand “into something that is loved by consumers, produce really cool marketing campaigns, and, very importantly, drive our sales by getting consumers to our website (and, in future, […]
Wireless Business Solutions (WBS) and its ‘next generation’ LTE-Advanced network has been rebranded to Rain. Michael Jordaan, director and shareholder of Rain, says the key objective is to establish a cutting-edge LTE-A fixed and mobile network designed to meet growing consumer demand. “Driven by innovative thinking and the very latest technology, Rain will provide simple, […]
by Craig Page-Lee. Mobile is driving some of the global trends in OOH advertising and its importance is also evident here in Africa.
a trendMARK feature by Mike Wronski (@mikewronski) Technology continues to disrupt marketing, but will enable brands to get closer to consumers in 2014. The big question will be whether people want marketing to come any closer. Let’s take a look at technology trends for marketing in 2014.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) The next big thing in mobile data growth is good old Wi-Fi, but in a new guise called “Wi-Fi offload.”
by MarkLives. Here’s the final batch of Loeries 2019 finalists announced during Creative Week Durban, 19–25 August 2019.
by Sabrina Forbes. For the past couple of years, Twitter has been honing its definition of what it means not only to individuals but brands and companies, too.
The 2019 IAB Bookmark Awards finalists have been announced across 76 categories. The awards honour students, individuals, agencies, publishers and brands using digital and mobile channels. The final round of judging takes place on site in Johannesburg and Cape Town 8–9 March 2019 and the winners will be announced at the 11th Annual Bookmark Awards […]
by Herman Manson. Today we introduce our third new category: which media agency SA’s agency execs most admire.
by Herman Manson. Young, Gifted & Killing It, Keith Rose, Mzamo Masito, Khaya Dlanga and Shaka Sisulu were just some of our headline makers for 2018.