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Culture Code is a podcast by Tebogo Kakurupa founder of a Culture Translation Partner agency; David in Africa.
Culture translation conversations need to be had, what takes place in culture and most importantly where brand communications in Africa is concerned. Believe it or not, culture can propel brands forward in ways that advertising alone can no longer and not to mention it’s the most powerful force in the creation of financial capital. Ekse’ keep listening.
Entrepreneurial Branding Conversations is a premium podcast show for purpose-driven entrepreneurs in Africa, looking for insights and strategies on building purpose-led brands in the entrepreneurial context. As a purpose driven entrepreneur, this show is made to speak to your entrepreneurial mindset during your journey to brand building and branding for your business, by challenging your outlook on strategy and the way you think about branding.
These conversations are led by Phumulani Mngomezulu. Phumulani has been engaged on the study of brand building for entrepreneurs for more than five years, working with a number of entrepreneurs and experts in marketing and branding. As a thought leader, he is the author of the book entitled Entrepreneurial Branding, where he presents his insights and strategies on brand building for entrepreneurs as a South African business author and brand strategist. The book is well received and is acclaimed and recommended by marketing, brand and psychology experts across Africa. In this show, he will be sharing his thinking and philosophical approach to brand building with the intention to distil thought-provoking and practical insights and strategies that you can use for your entrepreneurial business.
The show is anchored by Asmae Bahassou. Asmae is the Executive Director of MYSEC, the Moroccan Youth Social Entrepreneurs Camp, that supports the development of the next generation of social entrepreneurs in Morocco. Asmae is just as passionate and enthusiastic as Phumulani about branding in the entrepreneurial context. In this show, Asmae will be helping you reflect and internalize the insights that will be distilled in the show as you receive these conversations to your ears.
In Entrepreneurial Branding Strategy Philosophy, Award-Winning Author and Brand Strategist, Phumulani Mngomezulu discerns his highly acclaimed strategy philosophy on brand purpose, consumer segmentation, value propositions and brand communications for purpose-led entrepreneurs who want to understand the nuance, in short episodes that are practical and authentic, unashamedly highbrow and mind stimulating.
Do you want to run more effective direct marketing campaigns? Then listen up.
Everlytic is a digital communication platform that gives businesses the tools to create and send bulk, automated, hyper-personalised emails, SMSs, and voice broadcasts. We developed this podcast, Everlytic Bytes, to provide direct marketers with short snippets of value from professionals in the industry.
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From expert chats, to thought leadership and case studies, this podcast provides you with helpful nuggets of information to advance your campaigns to new heights.
Hello, this is Robert Hirsch from Freedom Factory, and I want to talk to you about something that sometimes you get so involved in selling businesses that you don't realize that you have all these TLAs or three letter and acronyms that people don't understand. And so I just got a letter from one of my clients and he was talking about the difference between deal structure when selling a business.
We are a sales-first brand building business. We discuss how to turn your business into a brand and your brand into a better businesses. We unpack sales, marketing and leadership and in a world of change and uncertainty our aim is to help you build confidence in your business and market offering.
Profit for Purpose is an organization with the aim to be the economic agents of change in South Africa. We want to positively influence the economy and stimulate job creation by promoting the benefits of consuming local production.
We want to inspire confidence in local production by having conversations that showcase the value, innovation, craftsmanship, quality, capacity and offering right here in our backyards. Our mission is to connect local manufacturing and production businesses to consumers, buyers, supply chain managers and the broader marketplace and affect change!
The Indika Communications podcast is for the listener who is curious about all things communications related... body language, humour, billboards, newsletters, you name it - we're going to talk about it. Brought to you by the co-founders Cindy-Lee Minnaar and Ashmika Naidoo.