Thebe Ikalafeng, SAMRO Notes, August 2013 Reputation guru Thebe Ikalafeng explains why musicians should take branding and entrepreneurship seriously Musicians are renowned for being passionate about their craft, often at the expense of everything else. In days past, their talent alone was enough.
Thebe Ikalafeng is arguably the foremost global African branding authority. In a distinguished corporate career which started at Colgate Palmolive in New York and concluded as chief marketing officer for NIKE for Africa, he won over 75 awards in branding and marketing communication globally.
Thebe received a student award for marketing excellence from the American Marketing Association. This, too, proved to be just a taste of things to come, as Thebe’s current list of accolades is as long as his arm. These days, Thebe Ikalafeng is an internationally acclaimed author, thinker and speaker, and his name is.
Ikalafeng is founder of the award-winning Brand Leadership, an indispensible strategic partner for decision makers and brand builders who want to build great African brands and great global brands in Africa.
Thebe Ikalafeng is arguably the foremost global African branding authority. In a distinguished corporate career, which started at Colgate Palmolive in New York and concluded as chief marketing.
Thebe Ikalafeng is acknowledged as one of the top 10 thinkers in marketing on the continent and one of the leading brand authorities in Africa. During his tenure as Executive Director of Nike Africa, his division accumulated more than 75 local and international.
Ikalafeng is a master of the bird’s-eye view, deftly sizing up a brand’s impact while insisting that it respond to real conditions on the ground. With a raft of awards, accolades and leadership positions on industry bodies under his belt, he is well-qualified to represent the continent as a judge of the Red Dot Communication Design Awards.
The Brand Africa Board of Trustees is led by Brand Africa Founder and Executive Chairman, Thebe Ikalafeng, and comprises pan-African leaders, influencers and thought leaders across the public and private sector.
Brand Africa 100 panel. L-R Victor Rakhale, Ashraf Garda (Facilitator), Mutsa Chironga, Thebe Ikalafeng, Gary Booysen and GG Alcock. Thebe Ikalafeng and Fareed Mohammed, Nike, Most Admired Brand. Thebe Ikalafeng and Maki Mopai, Dangote, Most Admired Africa Brand. Thebe Ikalafeng and Milton Nkosi, BBC, Most Admired Media Brand.
Join Amasa Virtual Ignite Forum on 29 July 2020 at 4.30pm as we host Thebe Ikalafeng - founder, Brand Leadership Group to unpack purpose-driven conscious marketing.
Keynote speaker Thebe Ikalafeng is arguably simply the foremost global African brand and reputation architect, adviser and author. Named one of the hundred Most Influential Africans by New African Magazine, he has summited Mount Kilimanjaro and been to over seventy countries across Africa and the world.
Classic 1027 interviews Thebe Ikalafeng on 2020 Brand Africa 100 Results Classic Business, Classic 1027. Which Brands Are Leading In Africa Kaya FM. Thebe Ikalafeng Discusses Africa's Favourite Brands BBC World Service. Thebe Ikalafeng announces the Brand Finance South Africa Top 50 Most Valuable Brands at Brand South Africa PowerFM - Power Update.
Thebe Ikalafeng and Lesiba Seshoka debate the warning by the International Monetary Fund that SA should rein in unions or face a bleak future.
Brand Leadership's Thebe Ikalafeng says small business owners need to think big in order to take their brands to the next level. CEO of Brand Leadership, Thebe Ikalafeng says even though small.
The 2020 survey was conducted between February and April 2020 and yielded over 15,000 brand mentions and over 2,000 unique brands. Thebe Ikalafeng, founder and chairman of Brand Africa and Brand.Founder and Chairman of Brand Africa and Brand Leadership, Thebe Ikalafeng during an online interactive session via Zoom said: “African brands have an important role in helping to build the.Thebe Ikalafeng is a leading global African brand and reputation architect, advisor and author. He has worked on over 100 local and global brands across Africa. He is the founder of the Brand Leadership Group, a non-executive director of Cartrack Holdings, Mercantile Bank Holdings, World Wide Fund for Nature and South African Tourism.