Headlines | February 21, 2020


How should data be used?

With the omnipresent nature of data and creative people being who they are, there are some new ideas floating around. This has led to some confusion as to how data should be used. The importance of data in the ad industry around the globe has gained popularity. With better tools coming onto the market, agencies which are devoted to sourcing qualitative data and clients savvier with regards to current trends, data has become an industry all on its own.

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Havas JHB reach top three in Creative Circle December TV award

Havas Johannesburg has pulled off a unique achievement, placing third in the Creative Circle’s December TV category, with a campaign that cost precisely nothing.

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Not ‘Super-Bowled’ over – a stage this big deserves better

First off, in the spirit of full disclosure, I haven’t the first clue how American Football works. To lapse into Americana, I’m more of a “soccer” guy myself. So let me use an appropriate analogy for the advertising aspect of the Super Bowl.


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Havas JHB Chief Creative Officer earns honour as judge on New York Festivals 2017 grand jury

Chief Creative Officer for Havas Johannesburg, Eoin Welsh, has been invited to be part of the Grand Jury at this year’s the New York Festivals.
The New York Festivals Grand Jury consists of more than 400 of the world’s most respected, award-winning Executive Creative Directors. This diverse group of top-level industry professionals determine the shortlist through two rounds of online judging sessions in over 70 countries.

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Havas Johannesburg – Universal Music Africa pay tribute to musical legend

Havas Johannesburg and Universal Music Sub-Saharan Africa have created a moving tribute to South African Jazz legend, Thandi Klaasen, who passed away earlier this month.


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Most South Africans ashamed of their country

Johannesburg – According to a newly released study, 74% of South Africans believe the country is heading in the wrong direction.

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Are South Africans ashamed of their own country?

A new study released by the Havas Creative Group seeks to understand how consumers are responding to intense change and uncertainty in their countries and how brands can help ease those concerns.

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Tumi Sethebe wants to change the status quo in Africa’s ad industry

Havas Johannesburg’s new creative director, Tumi Sethebe, believes the way the ad industry thinks needs to change. He also wants to pay it forward to those who lack the skills but have the talent.

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Creative director rises as custodian of Young Creative Talent

Disturbed by how the industry functions with regards to its conventional processes, this dynamic advertising professional looks to pave it forward to those who lack the skills, but have the talent. Although important, he feels that education shouldn’t be a limiting factor when it comes advancing one’s career path.

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Havas Johannesburg adds new talent to team

Havas Johannesburg has grown its team across its companies including Havas Johannesburg, PR, Media and Havas Boondoggle.

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