YzeUp Knowledge Share: Sweat your sponsorship Assets Seminar - How to get the most from your sponsorship marketing spend. Presented by In association with BMI Sport Event Background and Objectives: Maximising sponsorship investment doesn’t have to be rocket science. In theory and in practice in some cases, we know that sponsoring an event can do … Continue reading YzeUp Knowledge Share: SWEAT your sponsorship Assets Seminar – How to get the most from your sponsorship marketing spend.
According to Amazon, AWS provides a comprehensive suite of services and solutions to run sophisticated and scalable applications to help achieve better business outcomes. Running your applications in the AWS Cloud can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs; all while benefitting from the agility, scale and performance of the cloud. YzeUp … Continue reading AWS POWERED SOLUTIONS WORKSHOP SERIES
By Judith Mugeni As I sit here, a futurepreneur (we don't need big office spaces to do some work, work can be done anytime and anywhere, just need connection), at Naked Restaurant Morningside, Johannesburg, South Africa, I can't help but eaves drop as a lady explains this space that I am sitting in. I am … Continue reading “Good things happen when you smile or when you are naked”: My Naked Kitchen and Coffee Bar experience as an entrepreneur.
By Judith Mugeni 6 January, 2018 Below is my personal journey to how I became a marketer. I use my experience to illustrate how I got to where I am to day and how am still growing as an individual. I am hoping that it will help you in your marketing journey. Looking back 13 … Continue reading How I became a marketer.
By Judith Mugeni June 28, 2016 This article was sparked by an engaging conversation with my esteemed colleague @BongaSebesho which sparked the need to put my thoughts onto paper for marketers. A Bunny Chow is not a Kota. This is a great a starting point for marketing across borders in Africa or within the same country … Continue reading Pan African Marketing, A Bunny Chow is not a Kota (African consumers are not all the same).
By Edgar Kapanga Everyone keeps raving about how Africa is the next great frontier in terms of growth, innovation and opportunity, yet few people really quantify these claims. A claim with no promise is just wishful thinking, but we are not here on a wish and a prayer. We are purposed beings, seeking bigger, better, … Continue reading Africa Uncharted