by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency leaders were most admired by their peers in Johannesburg during 2016!
Veli Ngubane interviews the Net#workBBDO copywriter in an attempt to find out what happens next.
by Herman Manson. We list the most-read-about people on MarkLives during 2016.
by Herman Manson. Black River FC remains in the game and will announce the appointments of a new ECD in the near future, says MD Janine Allem.
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency creative were admired most by their peers in South Africa during 2015.
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency leaders were most-admired by their peers in South Africa during 2015!
by Herman Manson. Today we reveal which agency leaders were most admired by their peers in Johannesburg during 2015!
by Herman Manson (@marklives) It’s always good to know what the boss thinks. Having polled Johannesburg’s agency leaders, we can now tell what those leading the city’s ad agencies 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.
As news broke late Friday that MetropolitanRepublic has been stripped of all its Loeries wins @marklives started retweeting industry reaction on our Twitter feed. We have reprinted some of those retweets here.
The annual Integrated Marketing Communication Conference (IMC Conference) takes place at the CTICC in Cape Town on June 10 & 11 (the Johannesburg conference runs in September).
The first IMC conference took place in Cape Town in 2010, followed by one in Johannesburg in 2011 before firmly establishing itself in both cities in 2012. It focuses on multi-platform, effective communication. According to conference director Jaco van Zyl his team picks topics and speakers based on feedback from the broader marketing industry through-out the year.
The conference combines speaker slots and workshops, and delegates can attend both, unlike some conferences where speaker and workshop tracks run concurrently. This year consists of ten workshops, with time for delegates to participate in eight over the two days, plus eight speaker slots.
Speakers this year includes mobile entrepreneur Nicholas Haralambous, who will discuss how mobile can be used effectively through all aspects of marketing, advertising and communication, ABSA Chief Marketing Officer, Africa, Sizakele Marutlulle, Abey Mokgwatsane, CEO of Ogilvy & Mather South Africa and Andy Gilder, Head of Group Digital Strategy at ad agency Machine, on day one.