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Weekly Roundup +Ads of the Week.


This is a REAL Oreos cookie ad from South Korea. Of course…

Coca-Cola, Nestle, and Nigerian Breweries sign MoU on waste management.

Nestle Nigeria grows PAT by 33%, opens new factory in Ogun State and launches Maggi Fast Food Association in Ibadan for Buka restauranteurs.

Wema Bank refreshes brand to better position itself post-CBN shuffle.

First Bank sponsors 6th Lagos Economic Summit in conjunction with state government

H&M luxury label, “Other Stories” set for 2013 launch.

Coca-Cola partners with Spotify to bring music content to its consumers in current and emerging markets for both brands.

Richard Gill of the Wall Street Journal writes on the “greenwashing” of the Olympics.

JWT New York wins pitch for US Tourism global marketing campaign.

World Bank releases study touting the benefits of fuel subsidy removal for African countries.

Nestle goes aggressive on emerging market potential as Financial Times wonders if Pfizer deal is worth the price.

Boston Consulting Group highlights “The New Millennial Consumer” and unique attitudes and behaviours emerging from this group.

America’s luxury retailers courting Chinese rich as sales slump stateside.

Emerging market brands ready to take the world-stage, Business Insider contemplates what this means for the global consumer.

Consumers getting more comfortable shopping online, but want more retail options to shop from.

One more ad of the week? Why not?

St. Matthias wants you to come to church, so they erected this billboard:


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