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3 powerful techniques for creating strong teams

3 powerful techniques for creating strong teams

Jun
4

The Red & Yellow team are always on the hunt for new ways of thinking; creative approaches to solving business (and human) problems, and the impact that technology and humans’ attitude towards t...

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“Adapt or die” – Don’t become the next Kodak

“Adapt or die” – Don’t become the next Kodak

May
14

The world is a very different place to how it was 100 years ago. Has it changed slowly over time, or instantly? I would argue both. A certain innovation or invention can disrupt and transform deeply e...

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How many things can you see in one cloud?

How many things can you see in one cloud?

Apr
23

 We sat down for a Q&A session with Mokena Makeka (Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, Desmond Tutu Fellow in Leadership, and founder of Makeka Design Lab) after he delivered a FRE...

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Become more persuasive

Become more persuasive

Apr
9

Persuasion is colloquially known as an art form because it requires creativity, it’s nuanced, it inspires and incites different understandings and interpretations. Put simply, persuasion is the proc...

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Alumni Feature: Jonathan Bain, founding partner, Bain & Bunkell

Alumni Feature: Jonathan Bain, founding partner, Bain & Bunkell

Aug
20

This week our featured alumnus is Jonathan Bain, who since graduating from our Certificate in Graphic Design and Art Direction in 1994, has gone on to co-found Bain & Bunkell, an Advertising/Marke...

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Social intelligence is more important than ever

Social intelligence is more important than ever


20

We’re living in the information age. Our interactions, like many other aspects of our lives, continue to change and evolve. Thanks to innovations in technology, human beings have, in a sense, improv...

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Tourism, the answer to SA’s current economic situation

Tourism, the answer to SA’s current economic situation

Aug
13

Know what tourism’s contribution is to SA’s GDP? In the tourism game, but unsure of how to improve your marketing efforts and grow your business? Tourism should be a bigger contributor to GDP The ...

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Women; the past, present and future

Women; the past, present and future

Aug
6

Since 1995, we’ve celebrated National Women’s Day — but how often do we take a moment to reflect on this day? It’s important for us to understand how far we’ve come in bridging the gender ga...

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Thought of the week – Poetry; why the ancient art stays relevant in the time of tech

Thought of the week – Poetry; why the ancient art stays relevant in the time of tech

Aug
5

“The great power of poetry is its ability to distil thought, observation and emotion into a form that moves us profoundly.” From Homer to T.S Eliot, Benedict Wallet Vilakazi to Keorapetse Kgositsi...

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Lessons for influencers

Jul
30

I’m excited and anxious about the future. Every day we’re bombarded with the news of another company retrenching its workers because machines offer improved productivity at a fraction of the cost....

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Thought of the week #3 – Frannerd

Thought of the week #3 – Frannerd

Jul
29

Make a career out of being a professional artist. Fran Meneses (aka @frannerd), a Chilean self-taught Illustrator now based in New York, found success in the art world. Discover her journey on how she...

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Inadequate training – the opportunity cost

Inadequate training – the opportunity cost

Jul
25

If the success of a company is dependant on its employees, it makes sense to ensure that employees are as skilled as possible. Employee skills development is a tried and tested method to make sure tha...

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The Future of AI in Digital Marketing

The Future of AI in Digital Marketing

Jul
23

The arrival of the internet had an unfathomable impact on the world. And, more specifically, the world of business. Business owners had no choice but to get used to the idea of responding to emails an...

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Thought of the week #2 – The Lady Vanishes

Jul
22

When the door opens, does it stay open for others to follow? Do you know the story of Elizabeth Thompson? She was the first female artist to have her work shown at the Royal Academy. The Roll Call, a ...

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