M&C Saatchi PLC has acquired a majority stake of SA Sports and Entertainment agency, Levergy, which recently won Agency of the Year Discovery Sport Industry Awards.
A big welcome to the multi-award-winning Neo Mashigo.
A new Partner and Executive Creative Director has joined the family.
Jerry Mpufane takes on a new role and Alan Bell joins the family.
Zibusiso Mkhwanazi and Veli Ngubane of AVATAR join the M&C Saatchi Network.
What an incredible year it’s been for the M&C Saatchi Group! Here’s to the amazing work, people and clients who made it all possible. Have a look at the highlights from 2016.
8 November – the day our agency shut our doors and opened our minds for Inspiration Day, as we listened to a calibre of speakers from the M&C Saatchi network inspire us with their learning’s.
Since 14 January 2014, over 500 Street Stores have popped up globally. But where did it all begin?
The M&C Saatchi Story 1995 - 2015 Things don’t come easy to most people. But most people aren’t Maurice and Charles Saatchi.
Five years ago, we won the globally renowned beer brand, Heineken. Over the years, we’ve built a trusting relationship with them. This year, they opened a new door and we were met with a challenge – win Strongbow.
M&C Saatchi Abel is pleased to announce the win of the Sun International advertising account. Our story with Sun International is only just beginning, and it all started with a pitch.
The Jo’burg office’s new home is a symbol of this nothing-is-impossible philosophy; but more importantly, it stands as bold inspiration to drive us to new heights in the future.
In Feb 2010, Mike Abel, along with 12 friends, started M&C Saatchi Abel, With no clients, no furniture just a dream of becoming SA’s most admired agency. 5 years later - South Africa’s agency of the year!
M&C Saatchi Abel topped the awards table at the One Show in New York as the most awarded South African agency.
Birthday thoughts from our Chief Exec
To promote Takealot.com's Christmas campaign we teamed up with internet darling Suzelle to create a series of DIY episodes that resolved with a link to the takealot.com website.