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[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 15: SA's brand history, branding during RWC, Deon du Plessis tributes
Did you know the oldest brand in South Africa is Groot Constantia? Find out about SA's history of brands and branding and the challenges of sports branding, plus tributes to Deon du Plessis, by listening to the podcast of last week's Bizcommunity/Chai FM Media & Marketing radio show, which airs every Wednesday 6pm-7pm on 101.9 FM in Johannesburg and via streaming audio. [twitterfall]
They joined show host Toby Shapshak (@shapshak) to discuss SA's colourful brand history, sports as brands and the challenges of sports branding around major sporting events such as the 2011 Rugby World Cup, as well as current industry news.
The agency focus was on Mortimer Harvey on its clients and latest projects, with MD Andrew Mortimer.
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