Johannesburg, soon to host first-ever Advertising Week Africa
By: Advertising Week Africa
For the past 15 years, Advertising Week events have created platforms and spaces for innovative breakthroughs, new creative partnerships and next-generation thought leaders across the global industry. Johannesburg now shares the stage with powerhouse cities, such as New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo and Mexico City, as the host of the prestigious four-day gathering, which will for the first time put Africa's thriving creative and innovation industry on a global platform.
Advertising Week Africa2019 brings a new, collaborative platform to recognise and celebrate Africa's contribution to the global industry.
Advertising Week CEO Matt Scheckner says: "Many of the positive cultural shifts that we have seen in arts, music, entertainment and film originate from Africa. It's the perfect time to provide the international platform to share authentic African stories and showcase thought-provoking marketing and technological innovations sweeping the continent. It's an exciting opportunity to bring internationally recognised professionals together with emerging talent to have engagements about how this vibrant continent is shaping global trends."
The first #AWAfrica (http://africa.advertisingweek.com/
Registration and tickets for #AWAfrica (http://africa.advertisingweek.com/
#AWAfrica packages include:
· Platinum Pass: R10 350 for launch priced tickets
· Delegate Pass: R4200 for launch priced tickets
· NewGen Pass: R1300 for launch priced tickets
· Student Pass: R550 for launch priced tickets
To register, please visit africa.advertisingweek.com/
About Advertising Week.
Advertising Week is the premier global event for marketing, brand, advertising and technology professionals. Now in five different major cities across the globe – New York, London, Tokyo, Mexico City and Sydney and coming to South Africa for the first time this year – each edition of Advertising Week presents endless opportunities to learn, network and liaise with the industry's best.
For more information, visit www.advertisingweek.com.