by Bradley Elliott. I’ve steered clear of interviewing advertising figureheads but Khaya Dlanga is an exception.
by Johanna McDowell. Here are seven possible trends that stood out at the recent AdForum Worldwide Summit in London, 22–25 September 2019.
by Johanna McDowell. On our first day in LA, we met with MeringCarson, WPP, Fred & Farid (with AAR Group), Circus, and The Many.
by Bogoshi Motshegwa. There’s more to strategy than just holding your breath until the last slide is presented.
by MarkLives. What are the expectations for the marketing and advertising industry in 2018? Next up is Xola Nouse of The Odd Number.
by MarkLives. What are the expectations of South Africa’s marketing and advertising leaders for the industry in 2018? First up is Joshin Raghubar of iKineo.
by Andy Rice. In whose hands are brands best off? Where should a CMO look for the best counsel? Agencies or the new kid on the block, management consultancies?
by Ben Wagner. While most digital and traditional agencies have been occupied with what now seems like a side skirmish, the real war has been brewing.
by Herman Manson. We wrap up our Big Q Consultancies series by pulling out the highlights and key insights from the individual contributions.
by MarkLives. We asked a panel of key industry executives for their take on consultancies eating their lunch. Next up is Andy Sutcliffe of 34°.