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Bakwena, the concessionaire for the N1and N4 toll roads, has won an international road safety award for its marketing campaign in conjunction with Wheel Well, a non-profit organisation that aims to reduce child fatalities caused by car accidents. The UK-based Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards are presented to companies or organisations around the world in recognition of cialis medication their contribution to improving road safety. The also recognise marketing achievement and innovation in the field. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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Online retailer Amazon has made its first commercial drone delivery as it seeks to revolutionise the supply chain aspect of online shopping. The delivery was made in the English city of Cambridge and took 13 minutes “from click to delivery” the company says.Read More...a
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.Brand South Africa has welcomed the www.morcinc.org country's improved performance in the 2016 Anholt-GfK Nation Brand Index. SA went up by three places in the latest survey and now stands at 35 out of 50 nation brands. “South Africa’s improved performance can be attributed to improved perceptions of our governance, immigration and investment, and people. This speaks directly to the work we are doing as a country in implementing the National Development Plan and programmes like Invest South Africa,” Brand SA CEO Kingsley Makhubela says. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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Digital media remains a big driver of growth in global advertising and is likely to capture 33% of the global advertising pie in 2017. This is according to a forecast by GroupM, the world's largest advertising buyer. TV continues to attract the largest share of ad spend, although this will decrease slightly from 42% in 2016 to 41% in 2017. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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It’s not quite selling snow to Eskimos, but South African liquor giant KWV is attempting something similar as it takes on the British market – the home of gin – with an African boutique gin brand. Cruxland Gin, a product that is infused with signature botanicals including Kalahari N’abbas, was launched this month in the UK and is being sold through major retail chains such as Morrisons, which has 400 outlets nationwide. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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Despite experiencing an African summer Christmas, shoppers in South Africa still seem to prefer decorations in the country’s shopping malls to hark back to a cold and online viagra lowest price only best offers snowy European-style winter wonderland. An article published last week by the international news website, ‘Quartz Africa’, ponders the dosages levitra order seasonal disparity between Northern and Southern Hemisphere Christmases and the vexing question for SA mall managers as to what constitutes appropriate festive season decorations – given that most customers would never have experienced snow, never mind sleigh bells and reindeer. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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.While new fast-food and quick-service restaurant brands continue to enter the market in sub-Saharan Africa, the long-established operators are not resting on their laurels. KFC, for example, has announced the opening of its 1 000th outlet in the SSA region. The new restaurant is located at the Lemo Mall in Bloemfontein and represents a major milestone for the company, which arrived in 1971 via an investment in a store in the Johannesburg suburb of Orange Grove. It now has a presence across 16 SSA countries – among them Swaziland, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Angola, Ghana and Kenya. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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Growing consumer concern over the environment too frequently translates into greenwashing strategies instead of a corporate culture that has genuine concern for the planet. This is unethical and depression cymbalta we like it must change, says Angelo Nicolaides, Professor of Business Ethics at Unisa.. Writing in the latest issue of the ‘IMM Journal of Strategic Marketing’, the magazine of the Institute of Marketing Management (IMM), he observes that this approach is not surprising, given that there’s ample evidence of consumers being willing to pay more for products and services that they deem to be friendly to the environment. For example, a 2008 survey of US restaurant customers showed they were happy to pay 10% or more for food and beverage items sold by businesses engaged in green observances. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a
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