The Education and Training Committee would like to use the Internship Programme to attract (and possibly retain) diligent and enthusiastic educated talent to the Mobile Marketing Association Members. We strongly believe that the best way to grow the mobile marketing industry would be to introduce these recent (and existing) scholars into the fold of our members to ensure a quick and responsible learning curve for the technologically advanced youth, taking into account best practices when creating any and all mobile marketing initiatives.
Issued by Mobile Marketing Association 15 Apr 2014 15:08
We speak about good bosses and bad bosses all the time... okay, no wait, we actually only speak about bad bosses all the time.
By Chemory Gunko 11 Apr 2014 05:20
INTEC College launched its 173 new accredited programmes and handed R20,000 worth of bursaries to key industry professionals, at a 'breakfast with a difference' at the Blue Waters Hotel on Friday, 4 April 2014.
Issued by INTEC College 10 Apr 2014 11:46
According to Forbes, the outlook is rosy for marketing professionals working in the industry as marketing managers, advertising and sales representatives, marketing film and video editors, graphic designers, and market research analysts. These role players, as well as many others, are essential in bringing together the vibrant marketing content found on television and in print. However, although marketing careers are expected to stay strong, there are a number of changes predicted for the future that could affect your skill set.
Issued by GetSmarter 9 Apr 2014 09:03
There is great demand for eBooks in emerging markets however the demand for eTextbooks is even greater. Countries such as Kenya, Nigeria, China and Brazil are struggling to gain access to eTextbooks in their classrooms and universities. The societal factors of some of these countries require easy-to-use solutions that are also scalable and specifically designed for these markets.
7 Apr 2014 12:27
Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) hold tremendous potential for government to increase effective support for struggling entrepreneurs in South Africa, according to a new report presented to the National Treasury, the Jobs Fund, and the dti.
Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 7 Apr 2014 10:39
Strategy Unplugged is the new updated one-day strategic planning workshop hosted by Sid Peimer of Stratplanning. You are encouraged to "hang on tight" as this one-day course promises to disrupt everything you thought you knew about strategy. You will discover a new perspective that will allow you to embrace strategy more fully, adding value and - dare we say - enjoy the process.
Issued by Stratplanning.com 7 Apr 2014 08:36
According to local artist and entrepreneur Danielle Orkin, the adoption of technology for entertainment, learning and developmental assessment amongst children is expected to increase in South Africa significantly because of the rise of smart device usage in the country.
4 Apr 2014 08:59
Radio personality and TV presenter Saskia Falken-Hickey has joined the University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business (GSB) as the new head of marketing.
Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 28 Mar 2014 08:50
In collaboration with the Western Cape government, TEAMtalk media has launched a sports journalism academy. From April 2014, the company will train interns interested in sport and digital media, in the art of capturing sport related data, interpreting it and using it across digital platforms to enhance content.
27 Mar 2014 09:14
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has unveiled its new brand positioning, developed with advertising agency Mortimer Harvey, with a fresh approach to its representation for 2014 and beyond. The new positioning aims to promote the University's status as a leader in tertiary education and build its reputation for excellence globally.
Issued by Mortimer Harvey 26 Mar 2014 11:01
As part of this year's South African Book Fair, the topic of 'the future of eBooks: the impact of the digital eBook phenomenon" will be a key focus.
25 Mar 2014 08:06
It may not be a stunning revelation that for humanity, the need to compete is regarded as natural - but only as natural as the need to cooperate. These two driving forces and the interaction between them are central to human nature and as certainly of brand nature.
By Carla Enslin 21 Mar 2014 08:00
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