This week, Rice discussed branding expert Oresti Patricios’s list of South Africa’s best ads of 2017.
This week’s local “hero” goes to MTN’s night shift campaign while the international “hero” goes to Heinz for actually producing the advert that was unsuccessfully pitched in the TV series Mad Men.
Rice awarded this week’s “zero” to Kulula and Audi for adverts that appear in Patricios’s “best of” list mentioned above.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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