The exposure on airport.tv has been so successful for high-end brands Sasfin and Audi, that both have renewed their sponsorships on the digital television channel. Sasfin has branded the News and Audi Sport.
The winners of the South African 2015 Cinemark Young Lions competition have been announced in what has been one of the most gruelling and toughest competitions to date, bringing out the most creative and talented Read More
Provantage Out of Home Media have applied a wall mural for world-renowned brand Palladium boots along Johannesburg’s M1 South concrete embankment. Exposed to thousands of motorists and commuters daily, the wall mural commands attention with Read More
For the recent Spar inland Tradeshow, Bliss Brands commissioned two local artisans, Lucky Mbatha from Soweto and Prince Kalake from Vereeniging, to create unique décor elements for their stand. Bliss Brands is a Proudly South Read More
The scope of the Internet of Things (IoT) is huge. Internet-connected devices are growing exponentially. The number of devices that the typical enterprise worker uses sometimes outnumbers the user 8:1, with the average non-enterprise consumer Read More
Jacqueline Talbot, the first female branch manager appointed at Collect-a-Can in eight years, is to bring a female touch to the can recycling industry, to assist in growing the can recovery rate of 72% in Read More
Ireland/Davenport has recently secured Budget Car Rental as a client, following the acquisition by Avis of the Budget Car Rental brand in Southern Africa.
Fibre optic broadband is one of the most significant advances and improvements in broadband technology. It gives users, both business and personal, far higher download and upload speeds than traditional fixed-line broadband, is far more Read More
Casual Day, SA’s foremost fundraiser for persons with disabilities, raised R28 million countrywide last year. Sponsored by the Edcon Group, Casual Day is owned and managed by The National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities Read More
Fifteen years ago, a small activation company called the Zinto Marketing Group (Zinto) was established by ex-educator Michelle Combrinck.