Webafrica is ‘effing’ up its new campaign; PriceCheck revamps; and Sony’s Peter Rabbit delivers Cadbury this Easter — Cheryl Hunter’s weekly pick of product, packaging, design, insight, food, décor and more!
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which Cape Town agency fellow ad execs feel is the “one to watch” in 2018 — the agency from which they expect great things in the year ahead!
by Herman Manson. It’s time for the 2017 MarkLives Agency Leaders’ Most Admired Poll results! Today we reveal which agency leaders were most admired by their peers in Cape Town during 2017.
by Herman Manson. Two former senior managers have contracted with the remaining client roster through their newly launched startup, Black Powder.
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which ad agency leaders were most admired by their peers in Cape Town during 2016!
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency creatives were most admired by their peers in Cape Town in 2015!
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which ad agency leaders were most admired by their peers in Cape Town during 2015!
Louise Marsland (@Louise_Marsland)’s weekly pick of recent product, packaging, design and food launches: Wall media builds into Africa; Castle Lite brought to life by Moving Tactics; Salon Media straightens out ghd; and Jupiter Cape Town and Design Indaba urge change.
by Herman Manson. Every year, MarkLives polls South Africa’s top agency leaders to find out what they think of their competitors, whom they see as effective managers and great creatives, and where they believe their future competition is likely to come from. Today, we publish the results of our regional Cape Town poll.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) Luca Gallarelli — who took over as MD of Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town in November 2013, following the departure of Gavin Levinsohn for Australia — believes there remains significant areas for growth and expansion at the agency, which employs 300 people and generates between R100–R120 million in annual revenue.