Following Saturday’s conclusion of a second, successful Lions Health, the doors of the Palais des Festivals have opened for the 62nd Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, which starts on Sunday, will this year welcome advertising legend and BBH founder Sir John Hegarty, and celebrated filmmaker and humanitarian Richard Curtis, as they unveil details of Read More
There is no doubt that Africa is on the up-and-up. According to Louise Robinson, sales director at CG Consulting, Africa has the necessary elements to be a dominant, global, economic region. Its economy is the Read More
Lions Health, the Festival and Awards for creative excellence in healthcare, has announced the shortlist for the Young Lions Health Award, the new competition launched this year calling on young creatives to devise a marketing Read More
The new ‘global goals’ for sustainable development will be unveiled by the United Nations on September 25th, 2015 in the presence of 193 leaders.
BBC World News today (Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015) announced the findings of a new global survey* into changing attitudes towards international affairs. The study showed that 69% of people are more concerned about world events Read More
Cannes Lions received hundreds of nominations from creative leaders all over the world for the second See It Be It programme, launched at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity last year.
Tanja Gerber, Marketing Manager at Cavendish Square has been invited to represent Primedia Unlimited’s shopping centre marketing specialists the Primedia Lifestyle Group, at the 13th ICSC European Marketing Conference in Copenhagen in June.
Ireland is actively seeking closer trade ties with Africa, says Ireland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD.
Wunderbrand, the African Brand Agency, just opened its 1000th job bag, celebrated a R12 million turnover over the past year and is actively building big brands in eight countries across Africa… and it’s just two Read More