by Herman Manson. Chris Gotz, former co-CCO of Ogilvy & Mather South Africa, has returned to SA to join OFYT as national creative director.
by Herman Manson. In a joint statement, the ACA, Creative Circle and Loeries have taken aim at Chris Gotz and more indirectly at his current agency.
by Herman Manson. Loerie organisers have not been presented with any complaints regarding the judging process, despite allegations on Twitter.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) Ogilvy & Mather South Africa has announced that co-chief creative officer, Chris Gotz, is leaving the agency to take up an as-yet-undisclosed senior position with O&M North America in September 2015. We caught up with Gotz to find out what has precipitated his move.
by MarkLives (@marklives) Ogilvy & Mather South Africa has announced that co-chief creative officer, Chris Gotz, is leaving the agency to take up a senior position with O&M North America in September 2015.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) The annual poll by the MarkLives team amongst South Africa’s leading agency executives has already revealed which agencies, agency leaders and creatives are most admired by regional peers. This set today’s results rather nicely. Which city will play host to the most admired agency an ad execs in the country? Will it be Johannesburg with Joe Public or Cape Town with Ogilvy Cape Town?
It’s always good to know what the boss thinks. Having polled Cape Town’s agency leaders we can now tell what those leading the city’s ad agencies think of their competitors, who they see as effective managers and great creatives, and where they believe their future competition is likely to come from.
On October the 28, 2013 the Creative Circle received a letter of complaint from the Loerie Awards regarding the recent behaviour of one of our members, Metropolitan Republic, hereafter referred to as MR.
Adlip, the industry video interview site, attented the recent Cannes Lions Advertising festival and filed the following reports.
Chris Gotz, Executive Creative Director at Ogilvy Cape Town, recently took up the reins as chair of the Creative Circle, a body promoting creativity in the South African advertising industry.