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Mbali Ndandani

Mbali Ndandani is a communications professional.
Location:South Africa


Mbali Ndandani is a communications professional with experience in brand, corporate, sponsorship and CSI communications with clients such as Hyundai, Kagiso Trust, Castrol and MTN. Contact Mbali on or follow @MbaliNdandani on Twitter.
It's 2018: What does your brand experience look like?

Every business worth its salt has a three, five, or even ten-year strategy. This would typically include growth targets, market share, product innovations etc. It's a sign of a forward thinking business and fills shareholders with confidence that their hard-earned cash will be exponentially greater.

By Mbali Ndandani 29 Jan 2013 05:08

Does your client's CEO really get what you do?

PR agency, if you do not have regular contact with the CEO of your client company, then they do not see your value. It really is that simple.

By Mbali Ndandani 2 Oct 2012 06:30

My dear unemployed communications graduate - an open letter

I must commend you on your hard work in university, I really am so proud of you - getting through mass communication, and even taking the digital media elective. However in case your lecturers omitted to tell you - most of what you learnt means nothing to the job we communications people actually do. I know how exactly how you found yourself in your current "between life phases state".

By Mbali Ndandani 8 Aug 2012 07:13

Innovation is understanding consumers

Innovation is the elusive glass slipper that every Cinderella seeks. Every business, entrepreneur and man on the street wants to find the next "big thing" that will change their industry forever.

By Mbali Ndandani 27 Jul 2012 12:50

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