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I’m sure many of you have watched the hit comedy series The Office in either its UK or US versions. If you haven’t, let me tell you that is one the most embarrassingly funny satires of office life that you’re … Continue reading
Over the past 25 years I’ve been involved in a lot of projects in Africa. From the creation of a single radio commercial; to culture transformation programmes that span entire regions. And I have to tell you that I have … Continue reading
Can Scotland learn from Africa? In Africa, we’re usually considered to be outside the purview of global debate. People assume that we have our own problems. And they believe we have everything to learn from developed markets. That’s a paradigm … Continue reading
A missed opportunity for marketers Christmas remains a big event in Africa, despite the increasing variety of our religious persuasions. Everyone is up for ‘holiday time’, regardless of the reason. Families gather with even more enthusiasm than usual. Children and … Continue reading
Around this time last year, I wrote about retail chain brands rising to prominence across Africa. I was referring of course to our dynamic local retail sector is emerging from its history of kiosks, dukas and general stores. Traditionally dominated … Continue reading
Harold Burson, co-founder, Burson-Marsteller At 91, Burson-Marsteller co-founder Harold Burson appears as sharp as ever. On a recent visit to Hong Kong, he presented no-nonsense views on the state of PR in Asia and the extent to which its role … Continue reading
Recently we looked at the three most important motivations of young people. All over the world. From Bujumbura to Boston. From The Go Down to Gollywood -Ghana’s nascent TV production community.