What do kids, dogs and humour have in common? They all feature in the top 10 Best Liked Ads for Q4 from Millward Brown. They are also a fairly universal ingredient for advertising that resonates with the consumer. 20 Mar 2014 Read more >>

Mobile is now a critical channel for marketers who want to embrace new technology and benefit from the huge opportunity for growth in mobile marketing communications. 14 Mar 2014 Read more >>

Agency sees growth in screen-agnostic planning and believes multi-screen minimalism will be key to success 13 Jan 2014 Read more >>

Celebrates launch with CMO event focused on building meaningful brands that drive financial success 12 Dec 2013 Read more >>

Looks like Eugene is giving Steve a run for his money? 3 Dec 2013 Read more >>

Millward Brown's Best Liked Ads list celebrates South Africa's favourite TV commercials. These are the ads that have been rated as the 'most liked' by the South African audience, whom we believe to be the most important critic, the person who ultimately chooses to buy your brand or not. 24 Oct 2013 Read more >>

Millward Brown enters next phase of its mobile research strategy across Africa and the Middle East 5 Sep 2013 Read more >>

Millward Brown's Best Liked Ads list celebrates the country's favourite TV commercials and their advertising agencies, chosen by the most important critic we believe, the consumer. 10 Jul 2013 Read more >>

African telecoms network MTN retain their position in the Top 100, moving up nine places from 88 to 79 with a positive brand value change of 23%. Apple remains the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brand for 2013, worth $185 billion. Apple grew just +1% in the last year compared to a +51% growth for its closest competitor, Samsung, which is now no.30 in the global ranking with a brand value of $21 billion. 22 May 2013 Read more >>

Subway heads the overall 'Top Risers' list - revealed as the launch of the eighth annual Top 100 ranking approaches. 10 May 2013 Read more >>

Millward Brown's Best Liked Ads list celebrates the countries favourite TV commercials and their advertising agencies in South Africa. These are the ads that have been rated as the 'most liked' by the South African audience, whom we believe to be the most important critics. There are lots of awards out there, but this one is chosen by the consumer - the person who ultimately chooses to buy your brand or not. 11 Mar 2013 Read more >>

Millward Brown, a global leader in brand, media and communications research, has jointly announced the appointment of Soumya Saklani to the position of Managing Director, Millward Brown Sub Saharan Africa and Chris Githaiga as Managing Director Millward Brown East Africa. 1 Mar 2013 Read more >>

Leading market research firm Millward Brown has officially opened its newest office in Cairo, Egypt to serve the North Africa market. This is the third office opened by the global firm in the Africa and Middle East region this year. 14 Nov 2012 Read more >>

The seventh annual BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study published by Millward Brown reveals that top brands thrive despite economy, and the first African brand enters the ranking. 25 May 2012 Read more >>

Millward Brown's Global Futures Group brings you the hottest trends for the New Year, highlighting growing trends in the digital media sector with their predictions for the next 12 months. 10 Jan 2012 Read more >>

Adtrack™ is Millward Brown's proprietary advertising testing system, evaluating the impact and liking of all brand advertising in South Africa over the last 27 years, according to the most important critics - the consumer. 2 Dec 2011 Read more >>

New global solution measures branding effectiveness of social media fan pages. 11 Aug 2011 Read more >>

Millward Brown announces the appointment of Prasun Basu as the new Managing Director of Millward Brown East Africa. 10 May 2011 Read more >>

Emerging markets account for 19 of the top 100 brands according to WPP company Millward Brown Optimor in its 2011 study of the Most Valuable Global Brands. 9 May 2011 Read more >>