CSA GLOBAL SEASON’s GREETINGS.
As the festive season has swiftly come upon us, our thoughts at CSA GLOBAL turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible.
We have a sincere appreciation for our clients and talent and thank them for their confidence and loyalty.
2019 has been an exceptional year. We have seen client’s campaigns soar above expectations and talents manifest their true purpose. As always we are committed to connecting brands with the right story tellers who produce powerful, authentic content and deliver it to the people they influence most.
To be part of so many African brand narratives connect with a global audience has been phenomenal and inspiring. It is a true indicator that the world has yet to discover a treasure trove of talent and rich culture from Africa. Be sure CSA GLOBAL will be leading this discovery in the new year.
Of the many projects, campaigns and events we drove a few of the highlights were The Nubian Music Festival, Launching Chef Nti’s Cook Book, being part of D’Banj’s Afro-Nation and Egypt performances and UK and US Tours, collaborating on his new album, the spectacular Vodacom July and the ever stylish LQP horse races, working with Tumi Vorster as she moderated The United Nations Woman’s Conference, seeing Bonang Matheba go from strength to strength with the launch of the House of BNG, win numerous awards including Inspiration and Influence award at the Global Social Media Awards and the first African Influencer of year for E Online People’s choice awards, MC’ing Miss SA and Jean Marc Johannes qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympics for skateboarding.
Of course there were so many other exceptional moments which taken as a whole contributes to exceptional development and growth in an industry embracing the 4th Industrial Revolution.
All of us at CSA Global join in saying thank you and wish you a happy Holiday and prosperous new year
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