Ornico research for the periods from 1 November 2017 to 31 January in 2018, compared to 1 November 2018 up to 31 January 2019 shows a decrease in advertising spend among top banks. The two periods show a decline of 38% in terms of new advertisements flighting for the first time.
Recent retail TV advertising, says Mtati, shows a slight shift from the traditionally price-sensitive model of communicating savings to now creating a narrative with visually appealing work. “Checkers, for instance, has been talking about its Gordon Ramsay food range for parents and children.”
The Red Zone – 14 February 2014 It was an impressive line-up of industry experts on the Adforum panel commenting on the latest financial services ads. Sitting on the panel was Larry Khumalo (Ornico), Jonathan Deeb (Draftfcb), Adelle Wapnick (Lowe & Partners SA), Rob van Rooyen (House of Brave) and Terry Brown (Actuate) who gave their […]