Festive donation brings relief to Kloof SPCA animals

hoola Modern Agency donated a unique artwork piece and up to R6 000 in animal food to the Kloof & Highway SPCA in Durban yesterday. At the handover were, from left, hoola’s KZN Marketing Solutions Manager, Dani How, and Kloof & Highway SPCA’s Marketing and Fundraising Coordinator, Brigitte Ferguson.

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hoola Modern Agency and Tekkie Town walk their way at the 2020 Assegai Awards

hoola Modern Agency and footwear retail giant, Tekkie Town, have a new spring in their step after their #WalkYourWay campaign won a Bronze award in the Social Media (Social Media Platforms) category and was recognised as a Leader in the ‘Most Effective Use of Content’ category at the Assegai Integrated Marketing Awards, held on Thursday last week.

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hoola celebrates rapid growth with a new look

hoola Modern Agency has been growing rapidly over the last four years, and to celebrate, the company has unveiled a new look for their brand. The digital advertising and design agency, previously known as BrandIt, has been partnering with clients in the Eastern- and Western Cape, and are now diving into the KwaZulu-Natal market.

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Women in the workplace

August is Women’s Month, and it has prompted me to reflect on the role and importance of women in the workplace, and more specifically in the advertising industry. A recent statistic on female representation in the South African advertising industry should give us all a pause for thought. A mere 3% of creative heads are female, while there is unquestionably...

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It’s time to invest in e-commerce

There really is no amount of news coverage that can do the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic justice. We’ve seen millions infected, and many billions more affected by the outbreak. Only history will reveal the true effect on our society and our psyche. However, as has been the case throughout history, necessity has proven to be the mother of invention....

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Culture eats strategy for breakfast!

It’s clearer than ever that remote work is the future. In its State of Remote Work 2020 Report, Buffer found that 98% of respondents wanted to work remotely, at least part of the time for the remainder of their career, while 57% of respondents were already working fully remotely.

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