Many, if not most of us often feel like we've "lost our creativity". There always seems to be someone better, more skilled or more creative out there. In truth, the most creative people on the planet today are actually kids. Anything is possible in the mind of a kid. It's playful and it's colourful.
It's been about two years since BYOD has been trialed, tested and deployed in companies. According to Nader Henein, it has been a big pain for some, and, in some cases it's just ended up being far more expensive than originally envisaged.
dubbing his talk "F*ck the formula", Patrick Baron shared some of McCann Melbourne's masterpiece ad campaigns, the experience of winning awards, how to deal with clients after winning awards, and why he believes there is no "formula" to creating exceptional creative work.
Appointed recently as Head of Marketing for Gumtree South Africa, Claire Cobbledick shares about the transition from her previous role as MD at the Jupiter Drawing Room Cape Town to her current position at what is described as South Africa's largest online classifieds site.
Publicis Groupe has made another South African acquisition by buying MACHINE, and merging it with Publicis Worldwide South Africa to launch Publicis Machine. I had a chat with MACHINE Group MD, Tom Fels recently to find out more about the merger and its impact on the agencies, clients and industry.
Nsarkoh explains that if a brand wants to become Afrocentric, and grab all the opportunities that the African continent poses, you have to put African people first - at the centre of what you do, try extremely hard to understand them, and then plan how to serve them in the best possible way.
Mandela Rhodes Place, part of the Three Cities hotel group, is situated opposite the St George's Cathedral in the energetic heart of the Mother City.
I've never seen myself as the typical champagne-drinking girl that loves all things glitter and gold, but something happens to you when you walk through the doors of J.C. Le Roux. Not in a pretentious way, but rather in a "you deserve to be spoilt" way.
How better to celebrate 20 years of building a legendary brand in South Africa than transforming an old Cape Town factory/warehouse into a San Francisco streetscape, taking guests way-back-when to the very beginning of the Levi's brand in 1853?