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MACHINE, the award winning integrated agency, was tasked with launching the new website in a way that not only captured the imagination of the audience (both retail and public), but also showcased the many beautiful brands supplied by Prima Toys.
Love is in the air in Cape Town – a Valentine’s Day RAK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zzz_sBok4eU&feature=youtu.be
Brett Morris’s move into the Chief Executive Officer chair at Draftfcb South Africa has resulted in Executive Creative Director, Jonathan Deeb, taking full creative responsibility at the group’s Johannesburg agency.
South Africa’s enduring number 1 tinned food brand and its favourite brand in 2012*, KOO, has launched a trans-media campaign that refreshes and modernises its appeal while still communicating the vast range of old favourites and innovative newcomers in its stable.
It’s hard to miss the recent media buzz about NYT debuting native ads. While the public outcry has started to die down slowly, mobile advertising and native ads are clearly here to stay.
Native ads running on a sample messaging app Singapore, January 30, 2014 – InMobi, the world’s largest independent mobile advertising network, today announced the launch of its Native Ads platform that allows app developers and mobile publishers to deliver an engaging, in-context, native ad experience to their end users, with minimal development effort.
JWT’s interns win global BBC World News Service creative challenge.
The APEX awards goes beyond celebrating communications campaigns that deliver results, it celebrates the ability of the profession to deliver results and drive business success.
PRESS RELEASE: The Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town) was approached with a pretty open brief from Lucky Pet – simply to raise awareness of the Lucky Pet cat food. If there’s one thing cats love more than anything else, it’s the tasty goodness of real fish, which is where the campaign line, “It’s fish they’re after”, came from.
Y&R South Africa recently appointed the well-respected and seasoned Media Strategist Cristina Viegas, who will be spearheading the media offering in 2014.
Hot on the heels of landing the chocolate and biscuit portfolios in the Mondelez (formerly Kraft) stable, Hellocomputer has been appointed by WesBank, South Africa’s leading provider of vehicle and asset finance, as its lead agency.
This month The Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town) celebrates 20 years in the business. After having opened its doors in 1994 with three founding members and just one client, it has grown over the years to be recognised and celebrated as one of South Africa’s’ most celebrated and awarded agencies.
As the awards entry season kicks off, Y&R South Africa’s Johannesburg office is proud to announce the appointment of two senior Creatives to international award juries in 2014.
A fast-paced chase through the rugged terrain of an African desert puts the Toyota Land Cruiser range through its paces in a new television commercial created by Draftfcb Johannesburg.
The launch of the DigiDex SA study was announced by the DMMA, MMA and Digital Warrior today. On the 1st of February 2014 the data collection of DigiDex SA will commence, and the industry bodies call upon clients and agencies alike to participate. The objective of the study is to establish and create South African […]
Hellocomputer has been awarded the chocolate and biscuit portfolios in the Mondelez (formerly Kraft) stable.
New agency a joint venture between Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group of Companies and The Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town).
The Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town) has been brought on board by Pioneer Foods to work on their SASKO bread and flour brand.
In the fifth annual release of the MMA’s Mobile Review of AMPS 2012AB, some startling statistics are confirming that “nothing will get a marketer closer to their consumers, than mobile – especially in South Africa” – says Raymond Buckle, CEO of SilverstoneCIS and outgoing Chairman of the Mobile Marketing Association’s South African Council.
With 128% mobile penetration in South Africa, there are more active SIM cards than there are people in this country. Which begs the question – just what are we using our phones for?