Marketing & Media trends
- Briony Brookes is head of PR and communications at Cape Town Tourism. Spending the best part of her career in radio as head of Brand for KFM and Cape Talk, she then spent some time in the investment industry with Sanlam and Old Mutual before joining the exciting world of tourism just over two years ago. Robin Fredericks
- Kate Owen is Uber SA marketing manager for Rides and Eats, based in Johannesburg. Having been at Uber for over four years, Kate has covered the marketing for Uber South Africa, the brand campaigns for Uber SSA and now research and strategy.
Prior to this, Owen gained through-the-line and digital marketing experience working for Ogilvy and Mather Johannesburg where she operated in a client service role working with international brands across the retail, FMCG and broadcast sectors. Robin Fredericks
- SA consumers increasingly anxious about finance and health
- Tech brand Stuff expands into TV
- Advertising. A restaurant without a kitchen
- The new iProspect Future Focus Report explores the intersection of consumer attention, commerce and data
- Grey celebrates the announcement of 2 jury members for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2021
- Resignation or dismissal? Be aware of what you say...
- 5 ways to write an engaging value proposition for your website
- Information Specialist - Librarian Johannesburg
- Technical Instructional Writer Cape Town
- Brand/Stakeholder Relations Administrator Cape Town
- Head of Full-Time Education Cape Town
- SMME Marketing Expert Countrywide
- Chief Network Technologist - Education/Cultural Affairs/Sport Cape Town
- Prep School Aftercare Supervisor Cape Town
- Student Advisor - Sales Johannesburg
- UI Design Facilitator Johannesburg
- Student Support Intern Cape Town
- Siphelele Kubheka and Desikan Naidoo
Construction & Engineering trends
CSI & Sustainability trends
- Christelle Marais
- Innocent Masayira
- Nazeema Mohamed, Feryal Domingo and Soraya Joonas
- Keri-Leigh Paschal
Energy & Mining trends
- Dominique Collett
- Andrew Duvenage,
- Maarten Ackerman
- Kuhle Mnisi
- Marius Botha
- Nema Ramkhelawan-Bhana
- Mike Middleton
- Henry van Deventer
HR & Management trends
- Samantha Naidoo
- Jonathan Veeran, Nozipho Mngomezulu and Burton Phillips
Logistics & Transport trends
Marketing & Media trends
- Andrew Smit and Johan Walters
- Joff van Reenen
- Marcél du Toit
- Alex Glenday
- Jonathan Smit
- Nthabiseng Motsoeneng
- Vilo Trska
The last year has made the rights enshrined in South Africa's Bill of Rights more relevant than ever before. Prior to Covid-19, many of us simply took the right to freedom of movement for granted, as well as the right to freedom of trade, to healthcare and to education...
In his #BizTrends2021 presentation, IAB Youth Council lead Luzuko Tena focused on youth in leadership and transformation in marketing and media...
Sindy Peters 3 Feb 2021
Everything changed in 2020. Seemingly overnight, companies were forced to abandon their offices, and their staff had to adapt to the challenges of working from home. More unfortunate were those whose jobs were wiped out as their companies downsized or shut down entirely...
Siphelele Kubheka and Desikan Naidoo 19 Jan 2021
With the growth of online schools, access to international curricula is not only in higher demand, but is becoming increasingly easier to access...
Rebecca Pretorius 14 Jan 2021
When reflecting on the fourth industrial revolution, a number of things immediately spring to mind - for example, IoT, AI, and robots. Regrettably, little attention is given to individual employees and workers in this emerging industrial world, unless one is discussing the concerns related to potential job losses...
Lyndy van den Barselaar 14 Jan 2021
During the last year, South African students faced some of their greatest challenges yet. On top of the usual academic pressure and issues of affordability, many were forced to leave their on-campus accommodation...
John Schooling 7 Jan 2021
2020 was the year never to be repeated. Or was it? GetSmarter surveyed the future of work, and the unfortunate refrain that keeps repeating is that in 2021 we can expect more of the same...
Ann-Mari Höfinger 6 Jan 2021
In 2020, the education sector came under major scrutiny in what can best be described as 'the most turbulent year yet'...
Malcolm Mooi 6 Jan 2021
Thanks to the advancements in modern-day technology, it was possible for organisations to react quickly to the major disruptions presented in 2020. However, many were stuck having to MacGyver their way into the digital learning space...
Michael Hanly 6 Jan 2021
There are many factors affecting the global youth unemployment crisis. Tackling the situation starts with offering equal access to quality education...
Gabriel Hamuy 6 Jan 2021
Back in 2011, the South African government published its National Development Plan (NDP), which aims to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by 2030, using education as a cornerstone. If this happens, it said, the unemployment rate would drop to 6% by 2030...
Kathryn Garden 21 Dec 2020
Discover the most read content on Bizcommunity's Education & Training site over the past year in our annual #BestofBiz 2020 list...
Congratulations to the SME companies who have won full-page BizListing entries in Bizcommunity's business directory...
Bizcommunity.com 26 Oct 2020
There's never been a better time to rewrite the future or a better time to come on board to sponsor BizTrends...
Bizcommunity.com 14 Sep 2020