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#BizTrends2021: Move to minimal in 2021
#BizTrends2021: Move to minimal in 2021Article

For 2020, we all predicted a year of "20 plenty". But while we craved abundance and luxury, the year was instead one filled with tumultuous learnings and ongoing change...

Leigh Crymble 18 Dec 2020

Why AI is making it harder to get a job and what to do about it
Why AI is making it harder to get a job and what to do about itArticle

As the candidate pool fills up through rampant job cuts, more companies are relying on artificial intelligence to screen potential hires...

Mark Germishuys 17 Dec 2020

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South Africa ranks 2nd as country with most reliable Covid-19 newsArticle

As we all try to make sense of the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic, the prevalence of fake news has come under the spotlight more than ever before...

Leigh Crymble 14 Apr 2020

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Behavioural linguistics: Marketing and the science of languageArticle

As marketers, our main aim is to persuade someone to do something. Being able to compel someone to act in a certain way is an invaluable skillset and having the framework to guide this can be the difference between brand success and brand failure...

Leigh Crymble 22 Jan 2020

Time to gear up SA's focus on supplier development
Time to gear up SA's focus on supplier developmentArticle

Enterprise and supplier development (ESD) is one of the most sustainable ways to grow South Africa's ailing economy. But, to drive the impact potential of ESD, stakeholders need to come together to forge a path forward...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 10 Sep 2019

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RE: Top 9 email tipsArticle

Five words. 20 characters. And a few seconds before your recipient's thumb swipes past the email that likely took you hours to craft...

Leigh Crymble 26 Aug 2019

"I am Caster. Caster is me."
"I am Caster. Caster is me."Article

Showing how much South Africans care about Caster Semenya wasn't the initial objective Amy Carmichael and Leigh Crymble had when they started their research...

Amy Carmichael and Leigh Crymble 2 Aug 2019

Riccardo Spagni
Three trends reshaping blockchain as we know itArticle

What's hot in blockchain technology right now? It's a question I get asked a lot. And people often think I'm being snarky when I tell them my answer can change practically every day...

Riccardo Spagni 13 May 2019

Love at first sight? Behavioural bias and The Bachelor
Love at first sight? Behavioural bias and The BachelorArticle

One eligible bachelor. 24 contestants vying for his heart. Underpinned by 7 behavioural biases. The popular US dating show, The Bachelor, has just celebrated its 17th year on-air, with South Africa becoming the latest country to debut this popular reality show...

Leigh Crymble 23 Apr 2019

Make your pronouns personal
Make your pronouns personalArticle

How should pronouns be used in marketing communications and why is the (strategic) use of them so important when it comes to persuading consumers to feel and act in certain ways?...

Leigh Crymble 18 Apr 2019

Riccardo Spagni
50 shades of financial privacyArticle

Privacy is widely held as a fundamental human right and is recognised in the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and in the Constitution of nearly every country in the world...

Riccardo Spagni 18 Apr 2019

Meet BreadCrumbs: South Africa's first behavioural linguistics firm
Meet BreadCrumbs: South Africa's first behavioural linguistics firmArticle

South Africa's only behavioural linguistics firm, BreadCrumbs, launched in Sandton, Johannesburg this month...

Issued by BreadCrumbs 2 Apr 2019

#GreenMondaySA: Chicken-free nuggets
#GreenMondaySA: Chicken-free nuggetsArticle

Create an old-time favourite with this easy-to-make vegan chicken-free nugget recipe...

3 Aug 2018

#GreenMondaySA: Greek-style stuffed courgettes
#GreenMondaySA: Greek-style stuffed courgettesArticle

Utilising herbs, seasoned breadcrumbs and tofu, this tasty Greek-style courgette makes for an easy to prepare, healthy meal...

23 Jul 2018

Nature's traffic engineers have come up with many simple but effective solutions
Nature's traffic engineers have come up with many simple but effective solutionsArticle

As more and more people move to cities, the experience of being stuck in impenetrable gridlock becomes an increasingly common part of the human experience...

Tanya Latty 8 Jun 2018

#GreenMondaySA: Lemony linguine
#GreenMondaySA: Lemony linguineArticle

A simple pasta is always a firm favourite for the hungry but busy. These "little tongues" have the ability to soak up any flavour you throw at them. Here's how to make it...

26 Mar 2018

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How technology can save SA airports and travel industryArticle

Securing South Africa's airports is going to involve a lot more than more vigilant travellers and more visible policing...

Roy Alves 21 Feb 2018

Meltwater CEO Jorn Lyseggen with his book, Outside Insight.
The new corporate digital reality of Outside InsightArticle

Meltwater's global CEO, Jorn Lyseggen explains the crux of his book on the new digital reality that those who leverage insights from external data or digital breadcrumbs will find themselves at an information advantage over those that don't. Here's why you need to focus on Outside Insight or fall behind...

Leigh Andrews 23 Nov 2017

AI is already here - we just call them Transformers!
AI is already here - we just call them Transformers!Article

Mareli Smit writes customer experience is impossible if managed as a function rather than a culture...

Mareli Smit 4 Oct 2017

Spice and all things rice: Lagos pays homage to jollof
Spice and all things rice: Lagos pays homage to jollofArticle

In Nigeria, jollof rice isn't just a tasty West African dish - it's a national obsession...

Gregory Walton 25 Aug 2017

#FoodTrends: Chocolate health benefits
#FoodTrends: Chocolate health benefitsArticle

Chef Janine of Big Easy Durban throws caution to the wind and shares the sheer indulgence of chocolate with bizcommunity readers. But there's a twist - chocolate is full of health benefits and more...

Janine Fourie 19 May 2017

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#FDTOOH: Making out of home workArticle

The reality of out of home (OOH) is that it is much more complex than targeting consumers travelling from home to work and back, and how OOH taps into that complexity to determine its success...

Danette Breitenbach 16 Feb 2017

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#FDTOOH: Following the breadcrumbsArticle

The functions of out of home (OOH) touchpoints are rapidly changing, moving from driving awareness across audiences to purchasing products. OOH is at the beginning of a revolutionary change as disruptive forces, including consumer media habits, advertiser demands and technological advances, change the medium...

Danette Breitenbach 16 Feb 2017

#FreshOnTheShelf: DENNY® launches mushroom burger patties
#FreshOnTheShelf: DENNY® launches mushroom burger pattiesArticle

DENNY® has launched South Africa's first mushroom burger patties, DENNY® Mushroom Burgers...

4 Oct 2016

Greer in action at one of Exponential's recent 'What has your data done for you lately?' presentations in New Zealand.
Use data to constantly innovateArticle

As we near the end of 2016, the recent data explosion means you now know more about your consumers' preferences than ever before. Tyler Greer, Exponential's head of strategy for the APAC region and South Africa, explains how to cut through the clutter of big data and use it to improve your business functioning...

Leigh Andrews 29 Sep 2016

The Hansel and Gretel of advertising
The Hansel and Gretel of advertisingArticle

Once upon a time there was a Brand and a Consumer. The Brand continually spent money on advertising to Consumers all over the place - above-the-line, below-the-line, online and even through the line...

Audrey Naidoo 29 Aug 2016

Grande Provence exterior. All images © Grande Provence.
Grand culinary indulgence at Grande ProvenceArticle

There's nothing 'historically stuffy' about this 47-acre heritage wine estate dating back to 1694.

Leigh Andrews 13 Jun 2016

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Five reasons to #LovePulsesArticle

With 2016 being the International Year of the Pulses, here are five reasons you should love those healthy, disease-busting, purse friendly pulses...

23 May 2016

Analytical location intelligence
Analytical location intelligenceArticle

Addresses are the fundamental building block to many activities in the physical world. Addresses unlock industries and without accurate, geo-mapped addresses in your core systems, the benefits they could bring you and your customer base will be lost...

Issued by AfriGIS 28 Apr 2016

The lowdown on digital influence
The lowdown on digital influenceArticle

Shh. 'Digital influence' is meant to be something mystical and vague. That's no longer the case, following the Meltwater African Brain Food event, where all aspects of digital influence were unpacked...

Leigh Andrews, Issued by Meltwater 3 Jul 2015

Veruschka Khan
Advertising is not a numbers game, it's a people's gameArticle

An advertising sales rep trying to convince you to purchase premium space always leads with their traffic. But advertising in 2015 is not a numbers game...

Veruschka Khan 9 Apr 2015

Five great WordPress SEO tips
Five great WordPress SEO tipsArticle

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is very important for the success of any website. Here are some tips which will help you attract more visitors, and thus boost the ranking of your WordPress site.

Charles Mburugu 11 Nov 2013

Rachel Smith
Top five tips for effective SEOArticle

You've heard all the usual tips about adding some relevant keywords to your content. Nearly every site does this and it isn't difficult, but there's more to it than this. Use these advanced SEO tactics to make your campaign more effective.

Rachel Smith 15 Jul 2013

AAA student design wins Foodcorp Design Challenge 2012
AAA student design wins Foodcorp Design Challenge 2012Article

On the opening day of the Design Indaba Expo, the Foodcorp Design Challenge 2012 announced its winning student entries. Challenged to engineer packaging, marketing and advertising concepts for local blue chip brands, Yum Yum Peanut Butter, Glenryck Pilchards, Ouma Rusks and Mageu Number 1, the first prize went to the AAA's Tanya Reyneke.

8 Mar 2012

Lose weight after the festive seasonArticle

The New Year evokes vows to make lifestyle changes, and one such popular resolution is to 'start eating healthy and lose weight'. American Fitness Professionals & Associates reports that only about 20% of people keep their fitness resolutions each year.

11 Jan 2012

Tourism Radio launches City Guides app, donates to local school
Tourism Radio launches City Guides app, donates to local schoolArticle

Tourism Radio, which currently supplies a radio service that combines GPS technology with an on-board audio virtual tourist guide, has launched its City Guides by Tourism Radio app for Android and iTunes, initially for Cape Town, New York and Sitges, Spain. There are plans to launch over 100 further city guides in multiple languages during November 2011.

10 Nov 2011

Highs and low downs on World Cup
Highs and low downs on World CupArticle

MTN's recently launched Compass and are offering users point-of-interest guides in the 2010 FIFA World Cup host cities, with signing up Bennie McCarthy and Matthew Booth as brand ambassadors. Hummba is a social media platform that connects travellers with its free audio guides.

25 May 2010

Tyre waste management gets ISO 14001
Tyre waste management gets ISO 14001Article

The Impala group of companies, Goodyear's on-site waste management supplier, has just achieved ISO 14001 accreditation, one of just a handful of locally based organisations to achieve the prestigious accreditation. Since taking over Goodyear's waste management two years ago, Khangela Hygiene and Industrial Services and the Waste Trade Company, both of the Impala Group, have reduced Goodyear's non-recyclable waste by 85%.

15 Jan 2010

Digital navigation on the riseArticle

South Africans are more likely to get completely lost in Johannesburg, than in any other city in the world. That's according to the findings from one of the largest navigation studies to date, conducted by Nokia in 13 countries around the world including South Africa.

3 Dec 2008

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