For a country with such a low savings rate… Nothing about that ad solves a real problem…— Sizakele Marutlulle, Marutlulle and Co
This week, Sizakele Marutlulle (CEO and Founder at Marutlulle and Co) critiqued a new television advert for FNB personal loans.
She gave it “zero”.
Watch FNB’s “suddenly engaged” personal loan ad below:
For Marutlulle’s critique of the ad, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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