The Advertising Media Association will tackles the topic of ‘client and agency relationships’, discussing whether businesses are geared for multiple agency partnerships. Panellists from Samsung, Vodacom, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever will share their views.
Media owners, agencies and marketers are encouraged to attend as the forum dissects the state of health of our client and agency relationships.
“The industry has more specialists than it has ever had before,” says AMASA chairperson Lyn Jones. “From digital to social, and from in-store to experiential, and our forum seeks to discover whether or not client teams can cope with the relationships and roles of their various roster agency partners.”
The forum will also look at: who owns an idea? Who gets to implement it and who is further up the food chain in terms of client relationships? Confirmed panellists include Lucien Vallun, Strategic Marketing Manager from Samsung; Tamaryn McPherson, Marketing Communications Manager for Vodacom; Andre Mahoney, Senior Marketing Manager for Kimberly-Clark SA and Nazeer Suliman, CCM Director, Africa at Unilever. The discussion will be moderated by Wayne Bishop, Chanel Director at MEC Global.
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Date: Wednesday 5 June 2013
Venue: SterKinekor, Preview Theatre, Primovie Park, 185 Katherine Street, Sandton
Time: 4:00pm for 4:30pm
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