Picture: Pexels/Lagos Food Bank Initiative
Picture: Pexels/Lagos Food Bank Initiative

Now more than ever consumers invest in brands that lead with purpose over profit, as organisations must be socially and culturally aware to remain relevant in a post-Covid-19 climate. But, amidst the rising global consideration into social causes such as climate change, gender equality, racial inclusion and the like, how do brands make a sustained impact? And what is the role that brands should be playing in the social, cultural and environmental ecosystem? 

Moderated by Arye Kellman, CCO of TILT, panellists include:

  • Khensani Nobanda - group executive: group marketing and corporate affairs, Nedbank
  • Ryan Parkhurst - head of marketing, Investec Wealth and Investment South Africa
  • Marilyn Dutlow Munga - director brand and innovation, Kantar
  • Masego Motsogi - MD, Grid Worldwide

Now more than ever, consumers invest in brands that lead with purpose over profit, as organisations must be socially and culturally aware to remain relevant in a post-Covid-19 climate

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