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[Cannes Lions 2012] Highlights and perceived outcomes
140 BBDO goes to Cannes[140 BBDO goes to Cannes] Michael Pearson: My week in Cannes was one of the highlights of my brief existence, and I truly hope that all of you can get yourself there at some stage. Here are some of the highlights and my perceived outcomes of the festival.

Comments [6] [28 Jun 2012 10:41]

[Cannes Lions 2012] Highlights and perceived outcomes
140 BBDO goes to Cannes[140 BBDO goes to Cannes] Michael Pearson: My week in Cannes was one of the highlights of my brief existence, and I truly hope that all of you can get yourself there at some stage. Here are some of the highlights and my perceived outcomes of the festival.

Comments [6] [28 Jun 2012 10:41]

[SxSW 2012] Part VI: Need to know
trigger/isobar goes to SxSW[trigger/isobar goes to SxSW] Uno de Waal: While SxSW has a great lineup of incredible speakers and events, the fringe events that happen around the main conference are equally as exciting and a great way to add extra value to your time at in Austin. One of these sessions was the PSFK Need to Know series, which was hosted after most of the other talks had finished, and styled as a networking event.

[14 Mar 2012 09:49]

[Cannes Lions judges] Cannes through the eyes of a Media Lions judge
Cannes Lions Judges Blog[Cannes Lions Judges Blog] Chris Botha: My Cannes experience so far can be broken up into two categories – life and work. Life being these beautiful experiences that we are lucky enough to experience, and work being, well, the work. The real reason we’re actually here.

[22 Jun 2011 13:53]

Two hundred, young, bright minds in one place
Abey Mokgwatsane[Abey Mokgwatsane] I was at the Mail & Guardian Top 200 South Africans launch last week. I was there because I was fortunate enough to make the list in this year’s business category. This, however, is not about me; it’s about the incredible people I met that day. I mean, what else could I ask for? Two hundred, young, bright minds in one place.

Comments [17] [15 Jun 2011 12:52]

"Africa is the ocean blue" - Hersman
Sue Disler[Sue Disler] A throw-away comment from Richard Mulholland, “We live in a pimple in the arse end of Africa,” in his hysterical presentation on the side effects of Social Media at Net Prophet 2010, really got me thinking…and I hope too, the 800-odd entrepreneurs, developers, investors and marketers attending.

[17 May 2010 07:00]

"Africa is the ocean blue" - Hersman
Sue Disler[Sue Disler] A throw-away comment from Richard Mulholland, “We live in a pimple in the arse end of Africa,” in his hysterical presentation on the side effects of Social Media at Net Prophet 2010, really got me thinking…and I hope too, the 800-odd entrepreneurs, developers, investors and marketers attending.

[17 May 2010 07:00]

Why Haiti's tragedy is Africa's tragedy too
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] I have delayed writing this post out of respect for the dead, although the thought first came to me in the very week after Haiti suffered their horrific earthquake. A few weeks on, the scale of the tragedy is now clear, and the difficult task is to rebuild this broken country - a task that could take a generation, as the Haitian president claimed. He's probably right.

[01 Apr 2010 09:50]

Why Haiti's tragedy is Africa's tragedy too
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] I have delayed writing this post out of respect for the dead, although the thought first came to me in the very week after Haiti suffered their horrific earthquake. A few weeks on, the scale of the tragedy is now clear, and the difficult task is to rebuild this broken country - a task that could take a generation, as the Haitian president claimed. He's probably right.

[01 Apr 2010 09:50]

Why Haiti's tragedy is Africa's tragedy too
Dr Graeme Codrington[Dr Graeme Codrington] I have delayed writing this post out of respect for the dead, although the thought first came to me in the very week after Haiti suffered their horrific earthquake. A few weeks on, the scale of the tragedy is now clear, and the difficult task is to rebuild this broken country - a task that could take a generation, as the Haitian president claimed. He's probably right.

[01 Apr 2010 09:50]

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