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Episode 162: Ravi Naidoo takes us through 21 years of Design Indaba - Part 1

Date: 11 Feb 2016
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Rethinking global media planning with Thalamus

Picture a real-time newsfeed of all advertising, mobile and tech-related articles worldwide to complement fully democratised global media planning data. Welcome to the future, as Thalamus has made this a fully customisable reality...

By Leigh Andrews

Botswana hosts Innovation Prize for Africa

The African Innovation Foundation (AIF), in a joint collaborative effort with the government of Botswana, represented by the Ministry of Infrastructure, Science and Technology and the Botswana Innovation Hub (BIH), has announced that the next Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) will be held in Gaborone, Botswana in June 2016...

Marketers will unite sales and media touchpoints in new ways in 2016, says Millward Brown

Millward Brown's annual Digital and Media Predictions for the year ahead outline the need to optimise video and mobile advertising, evaluate connected TV opportunities and develop inspiring branded content...

Issued by Millward Brown

That winning Vizeum vision

With so many media agencies servicing the local marketing industry, what does it take to really make an impact? Having clinched the title of 'media agency of the year' at the recent Annual AdFocus Awards for the first time, Vizeum has the answers...

By Leigh Andrews

Broaden your horizons with Expo Africa

The prospect of marketing your business in Africa can be a daunting one. There are so many aspects to consider when promoting your brand, and logistically, marketing your product can be complex and costly...

Issued by Expo Africa

Gaby's Earth Foods nuts about health!

TLC Marketing Worldwide-Africa sat with Adriano Salgado, the new director of family-run business, Gaby's Earth Foods, to find out how he is adjusting to the role and what he has planned for the company going forward...

Issued by TLC Marketing Worldwide

Performing optimally in the digital sport media space

What do you get when you amalgamate two previous company names Premium TV and Inform? Perform Group, of course. Peter Burroughs, Perform Group Africa MD, explains how the company keeps scoring goals on the continent...

By Leigh Andrews

Killing two birds with one stone

In securing the Above the Line (ATL) business of a client in Africa, and a major local client, Switch has a launched itself squarely into the advertising space...

By Danette Breitenbach

TLC Marketing Africa appoints new Partnership and Content Director

Ntsiki Balfour will head up the Partnership and Content division of TLC Marketing, responsible for the strategic direction of TLC's partner relations, both for independent networks and key brand partnerships...

Issued by TLC Marketing Worldwide

@Marketing4Youth #Africa

Brands should have a bad case of FOMO* when it comes to marketing to the youth in Africa, because if you engage with the youth market now, you could potentially have a customer for life...

By Charles Foster and Ilse Dinner, Issued by Millward Brown

African tourism opportunities become more tangible

The Rezidor Hotel Group's Global Director of Sales and Marketing tells us about destination marketing, the first five-star hotel in Sierra Leone, and the challenges of marketing to/in Africa compared to the rest of the world...

By Leigh Andrews

The curious case of milk & popcorn in Nigeria

I never fully appreciated the phrase "We are a product of our environment" until coming to Lagos. Small, seemingly inconsequential aspects of a society have a ripple effect affecting culture as a whole...

By Ahmed Bulbulia

Call for entries to the All Africa Business Leaders Awards 2015, new categories

The All Africa Business Leaders Awards 2015 have opened for entries from Africa's leaders and change makers of business in East, West and Southern Africa...

African tourism acts to shake off Ebola stigma

BERLIN, GERMANY: The impact of the deadly Ebola virus fell mainly on three African countries but tourism has taken a hit across the continent of more than 50 nations as fear has kept many visitors away, tourism chiefs say...

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