Gerety Talks South African Creativity

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Gerety Talks South African Creativity- Brand Spur Nigeria
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The Gerety Talks series, featuring Neo Segola (chief creative officer at Draftline), Nadia Mohamed (marketing director at Mondelez International, Africa), and Sanché van Rensburg (executive creative director at Avatar), will put South African creativity in the spotlight.

The series puts some of the marketing and creative industry’s changemakers in the spotlight and at the center of the conversation. Gerety Talks premiere on Facebook, IGTV and YouTube every Tuesday at 17:15 CET / 11:15 am CAT.

Gerety Talks South African Creativity- Brand Spur Nigeria
Gerety Talks South African Creativity- Brand Spur Nigeria

Neo Segola, Chief Creative Officer at Drafting. Her love for ideas and innovative strategic thinking spans almost two decades and the continent.

A copywriter at heart and mind, with a passion for brand development, she has worked in agencies in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Lagos for brands like BMW, Five Roses, Nigerian Eagle, and Oando, she spends whatever free time she has studying towards a degree in law and developing a children’s book series. No, the books have nothing do with the law. They are a bit more imaginative.

Nadia has recently joined the Mondelez International family in the Business Unit leadership team for Africa where she leads the marketing portfolio of some of the world’s most iconic and loved brands.

Prior to joining Mondelez, Nadia held the role of Commercial and Marketing Director for McCain Foods Retail and Foodservice Africa.

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Her experience spans across industries and global geographies for brands like global Vodafone, Woolworths, AVI and Tyme Digital at Commonwealth Bank of Australia-the world’s 10th largest bank.

She represents Africa as a Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum and is currently on the board of the Women’s Business Network for the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.

Sanché is no stranger to leading large and growing creative marketing organizations for top global clients like Unilever, L’Oréal, Coca Cola, P& G and others.

Her career began 21 years ago where after studying at the National School of the Arts & the AAA School of Advertising, she was offered a job at the Reflex Group in Paris which then ignited her desire and passion for the creative world of ideas that can change people’s behaviors, that change perceptions and ultimately, change the world.

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