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- Magna Carta Africa Reputation Index zones in on telecoms: How telecoms companies can close reputational gaps
- The Big Lesson from 2016 - Enterprise Internet Reputation Management is Vital
- Magna Carta wins Best marketing & communications consultancy in AGF Service Providers Awards
- PR Takes The Helm Of Content Creation
- The Sponsors Who Captured the Most Social Engagement during Rio 2016
- The Craft of Visual Storytelling
- Magna Carta wins African PR Consultancy of the Year 2016
- Lessons from the #MangoSale: Always engage, especially in a crisis
- Looking into the PR crystal ball
- Magna Carta plants roots in Harare, Zimbabwe
- The power of Disruption for African communication
- Moving goal posts of PR measurement
- Newsjacking in the midst of tragedy
- Social Media in the Mobile Era
- Making brands human and interesting again
- #NoToXenophobia: Message from the CEO
- Magna Carta, a truly global African Reputation Management Consultancy
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- We ate our own dog food
- Budgets, even good ones, merely allocate resources
- Momentous political year officially kicks off
The power of Disruption for African communication
The recent TBWA\Africa Conference held in Sun City focused on harnessing the power of Disruption for African communication.
Disruption is the lifeblood of TBWA\, and this year saw over 80 people from 15 countries and 20 agencies throughout Africa gather for an annual three-day TBWA\ African Conference to immerse themselves in Disruption® philosophy and processes.
There has never been a greater need for creative and disruptive ideas in reputation management. The spread of risk is so much greater now and, as a result, companies have to be better prepared and quicker to respond than they were three or five years ago. Exposing the Magna Carta to new Disruption tools is critical, as it empowers our staff with the skills needed to ensure our clients break through the clutter.
Africa, by its very nature, is disruptive. We see this in many forms throughout the continent, from an array of Nollywood movies being distributed via mobile, the embrace of online retailing in many African markets and the adaptation of the Uber model in Kenya where payment is made in M-pesa and cash.
The scope for continued Disruption creates exciting opportunities as African youth happily flip conventions and experiment with new solutions.
The challenge is not selling Disruption into Africa. The challenge is continuing to drive Disruption as a uniquely TBWA\tool that sets us apart and acts as our differentiator. We can achieve so much more by using our shared Disruption thinking while optimising new tools, technologies and techniques.
The conference showcased opportunities for Magna Carta and other agencies to strengthen the unified network and galvanise our Disruption DNA, which is exciting for the agency and our clients.
Ima Peter, Account Director