To get consumers to view Consol as a brand that does good things for the environment and for people too agency MGM Brand Construction & Advertising came up with this campaign that creates a visual comparison between glass packaging and nature’s packaging (such as banana peels and carrot skins).
If you are your people … A photo essay for Mark magazine by Lami Sambo celebrating South Africans at work. Here is Richard Dladla – a security officer at Southgate shopping mall.
The annual Google Zeitgeist (its list of most popular searches) gives an interesting insight on what was top of mind world-wide during 2008. Here is a list of SA’s top searches.
This ad by Egg Films for Samsung suggests your staff will need to take out their frustrations on something else if you buy a Samsung printer! Director: Jason Fialkov Agency: Cheil South Africa
Draftfcb Johannesburg has branded four more cooling towers for First National Bank as the bank gears up to exploit its sponsor status of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Mail & Guardian is launching a new annual titled Digerati as a guide to everyone you need to know in SA technology. “Think of it as an encyclopaedia of local ICT movers and shakers and you’ll be only a little short of the mark,” reads the site. “It will also be an essential guide to procuring services, making decisions and just generally understanding the market.”
Taking an ad agency into media ownership might sound odd to many executives but Alistair King from King James explains it was born from a personal and professional need not to come stuck in a single medium and from frustration with the general state of the ad industry.
The identity of the new grouping will only officially be decided after the National Convention on November 2nd but already they face a challenge registering a domain name.
The ever so competent guardian of Cape Town’s first point of contact with visitors both local and foreign at Cape Town International Airport has come up with new ways to drive visitors in circles. By literally letting them drive in circles.
It’s a party (kind off)!