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Andre Britz

Andre Britz

CEO at Atmosphere Orange
Location:Cape Town, South Africa
Google talk:andre.atmosphereorange@gmail.com
Skype:andre_britz

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André Britz is the 2010 and 2011 best media planner winner at the Bookmarks and heads up Atmosphere Orange, a media planning and buying agency based in Cape Town. She has extensive agency experience and is well-known in the digital space. Follow @AtmosphOrange on Twitter.
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How are South Africans interacting with social media?

In a recent poll, Effective Measure asked online consumers about their sentiments and usage of popular and trending social media sites. Considering the efficacy of the human race, it was interesting to see just how engaged our online consumers are.

By Andre Britz 7 Nov 2012 15:08

SA media consumption: Olympic Games 2012
SA media consumption: Olympic Games 2012

In a recent survey by Effective Measure, South Africans were asked some questions around their reasons for engaging with media platforms and their consumption patterns especially in light of the Olympic fever.

By Andre Britz 6 Aug 2012 10:31

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Bridging the digital gap

More and more brands realise they should also be playing in the digital space and are hopping onto the bandwagon. The snag is that marketing is happening haphazardly and money is wasted. In addition, since digital space is comparatively cheaper than radio, print or TV ads, only a fraction of the overall marketing budget is allocated to online and mobile.

By Andre Britz 23 Jul 2012 11:26

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