Marketing & Media trends
[Dave Nemeth] Natural materials, texture, and individuality are the key elements that will shape interior design and décor trends into 2020...
[Dawn Jorgensen] From 2018, we carry forward the anti-plastic movement; our concerns about over tourism; the ever more natural choice of sustainable travel; and the important need to establish animal rights in tourism. But beyond that, what travel trends can we expect to see in 2019?
[Daniel Dercksen] Daniel Dercksen explains what we can look forward to gracing the silver screen in 2019...
[Meagan Duckitt] Due to our geographic location, South Africa is a season behind in fashion. Where we initially adopted trends slower, the gap is slowly closing as customers awareness increase because of social media influences...
[Martin Myers] As we close the first month of 2018, I was privileged to speak to David Alexander, CEO of Sheer Music Publishing to find out about key trends in the music industry for 2018 in South Africa and Africa .
[Janine Fourie] The trend is still leaning to eating light and healthily, diners want to know the source of their food (farm to table is still very popular) and they are also considering eat-in options where they enjoy the best of both worlds by ordering their favourite dishes from their preferred restaurants.
[Dave Nemeth] When it comes to trends in any area it is important to understand that one of the biggest drivers is the consumer. There has always been the belief that interior trends follow on from fashion, but this is no longer the case.
[Charles Siboto] Welcome to my 2018 edition of trends in film. Let's get right into it.
[Alexandre Torrao] Alexandre Torrao, MD of MUCHOMOO Experiential Marketing & Events Agency, Johannesburg identifies key trends for 2017 in the live experience space.
[Dave Nemeth] In this fast-paced, technologically driven world, contrasting trends are emerging which either embrace or provide reprieve from hi-tech developments. Visionary trend forecaster Dave Nemeth has partnered with Hansgrohe to identify the top five deco themes for 2017.
[Charles Siboto] The year 2016 shall go down as just the worst - seriously, just the worst. But enough of that, take my hand and let's look ahead towards 2017 and see what good things will fill our movie loving hearts with gooey goodness.
[Nina Timm] Vegetable appreciation, chocolate for breakfast, tasty waste and pop-up restaurants - award-winning food blogger Nina Timm shares her top eight foodie trends for 2017.