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#TRENDING: The experience economy

In order to earn the attention of consumers, brands need to create experiences that they can share.

By Louise Marsland 22 hours ago

Unpacking social media video marketing
Unpacking social media video marketing

Video rocks! Just check how the introduction of MTV on 1 August 1981 turned the music industry into a multi-billion dollar empire.

By Joseph Neusu 23 Sep 2016

It's a brand new world for print
It's a brand new world for print

Video, native advertising, mobile apps - these were some of the main talking points yesterday at the first day of the Media24 Lifestyle Summit.

By Beverley Klein 23 Sep 2016

Munitz and the CBR Marketing Solutions team.
Riding the waves of the digital world

Digital marketing is a strategy. It's not just simply a website, or social media, or Google; it's a full platform that allows people to position their businesses within the communities they're targeting. And it is enabling an unprecedented level of engagement between companies and their customers.

By Craig Munitz 22 Sep 2016

The People of Prestige
The People of Prestige

Bidvest Prestige is the largest, leading specialist of world-class outsourced solutions in Southern Africa and Mauritius. But how do you take the intangible aspects of a B2B success story and translate it into an inspirational narrative that can ignite passion internally - from your workforce - as well as externally with clients who have 'price' at the forefront of a purchase consideration?

By Mike Sharman 20 Sep 2016

South Africa's top 50 corporate brands
South Africa's top 50 corporate brands

Brand Finance, a brand valuation and strategy consultancy that annually measures the world's most valuable brands, in partnership with Brand South Africa, has launched a table displaying the top 50 corporate brands in South Africa titled Brand Finance South Africa 50.

15 Sep 2016

ATCON to spearhead local content development

The Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has said that it will take steps to redress the situation of low level content in Nigeria's booming information and communications technology industry. The trade body of telecom companies in Nigeria said that as a first step towards solving the problem, it would convene a national summit that would examine the issue and set a path on local content development.

By Jonah Iboma 4 Apr 2008

Microsoft to launch applications in three Nigerian languages

Microsoft Corporation plans to include Nigeria's dominant languages - Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo - in the Microsoft Office application suite before year-end.

By Jonah Iboma 4 Apr 2008

Dubai Lynx winners announced

The results of the second Dubai Lynx Awards, the leading creative advertising competition for the Middle East and North Africa, were announced last night, Wednesday, 2 April 2008. The United Arab Emirates lead the pack, followed by Qatar, Lebanon and Egypt.

3 Apr 2008

Egyptian trade ministry to ban rice and cement exports

Spurred by the steady ascent of cement and rice prices here over the past months, the Ministry of Trade and Industry announced it would ban exports of both goods late last week, hoping to staunch further increases and avert the troubles that long-term instability in either commodity's price could provoke.

3 Apr 2008

Africa just keeps on growing

Africa recorded a high growth rate in 2007 and growth is projected to remain high in 2008, according to ECA.

2 Apr 2008

Understand and experience the Chinese business environment
Understand and experience the Chinese business environment

USB Executive Development Ltd of the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB), in conjunction with Stellenbosch University's Centre for Chinese Studies, is launching a new, structured executive learning programme called “Passport to China”. This is in response to China's increasing global presence and rapid economic expansion that have created considerable business interest in the world's most populous nation.

Issued by USB-ED 25 Mar 2008

SADC central banks urged to invest in ICTs

Central banks from the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region must continue investing in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). This is according to Bank of Zambia (BoZ) Deputy Governor Tukiya Kankasa 'Mabula, who explained the important role ICTs play in the banking sector.

By Timothy Kasonde 25 Mar 2008

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