Tag Archives: KPMG

Toxic brands

While I was in South Africa last week, President Zuma unveiled a new statue to the late Oliver Reginald Tambo, former President in Exile of the ANC during the Anti-Apartheid Struggle. O.R. Tambo was the legal partner and lifelong friend … Continue reading

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Building your own Employer Brand

Advertising no longer has the impact it once did. We are now firmly in the age of the well-informed and critical customer. Aligning employee behaviour to deliver the Brand Promise is now a strategic imperative for businesses that expect success. … Continue reading

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Cloudy outlook

Should modern business embrace the Cloud? It’s not often that IT people get to discuss a subject that the rest of us are prepared to entertain. IT remains a Dark Art, peopled by the bright and the uncommunicative. At worst … Continue reading

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Y&R Nairobi women volunteer as mentors for Global Give Back Circle – a Clinton Global Initiative.

Catherine and Zoe are very special. They are from the US – from KPMG – huge proponents of the programme. They are big loving personalities and as African Americans won the hearts of Kenyans. This was their first trip and first time meeting … Continue reading

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