Human took over the reins of the non-profit company in 2005.
Since then it has grown into the largest celebration of creativity across Africa and the Middle East.
Loeries Creative Week is the largest brand communications industry gathering in the region.
Under Human’s direction, the Loeries now administers the Pendoring, Creative Circle and Bookmarks awards.
The Loeries also endorses a Kenyan national award.
Andrew Human has a doctorate in engineering.
The Loeries was first held in 1978 to support and grow television advertising.
The Loeries recognises creative excellence in brand communication.
The Loeries is the most prestigious creative festival in Africa.
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I studied engineering and material science for a decade.— Andrew Human
Science is a fantastically creative discipline.— Andrew Human
20 years ago many things you take for granted didn’t exist.— Andrew Human
One of SA’s major banks – when we pitched to them in the 90s – said the internet is a passing fad!— Andrew Human
In New York you can be fired within 24 hours – no reason required.— Andrew Human
The Oscars are the film version of The Loeries.— Andrew Human
South Africa is seen to have the best creative radio in the world at the moment.— Andrew Human
If you’re afraid to offend anyone you’re taking the well-worn road of mediocrity.— Andrew Human
People are scared to poke fun. You end up with very boring communication.— Andrew Human
The whole point of Creative Week is to do things differently.— Andrew Human
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