Global clients & Regional Clients Non traditional markets – China, India, Brazil
Clients are changing: Better trained with more international experience Expect more from their agencies and from media partners- will start to demand more from you in terms of pricing, quality and transparency. Rise of importance of Agencies Corporate compliancy mean that agencies are required to take on media Industry is improving by leap and bounds – more respect from client to agencies as partners
Limited international competition ….but that can change. Why cant there be a scramble for media houses in africa – it happened with FMCG brands and Ad agencies
118 million on-line and growing – many more media channels open to consumers People are changing their reading habits - all about customization/programs which aggregate what you want to read What is a TV ad vs a new print ad - on an iPad
Companies who used to dominate but didn’t innovate XXXXX Kodak – no more one hour film developing
Partner with agencies – maximise client budget together Transparency – initiate it and pay for it Marketing Solution – buy a print ad, backend onto websitte, radio etc.
Transcript of "Advertising is dead long live advertising - how ad and revenue models are changing"
PLENARY PANEL DISCUSSION Advertising is Dead. Long Live Advertising - How are Advertising and Revenue Models Changing? Session Chair: Nevo Hadas Panelists : Rick De Kock (TBWA) Gavin Rooke (Isobar) Graeme Pitt (Freshly Ground Insights) Salwa Smaoui (Microsoft) Kwasi Twum (CEO Multi media Group, Ghana )
Staying Relevant…. an Advertising Agency’s view on Media Rick de Kock Director: Africa Operations TBWAAfrica