Mongezi Mtati

Mongezi Mtati

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Managing Director of Word Start, Part-time awesomist. Speaker and Social Media Consultant.

Colin Makhubela on effective client-agency partnerships that lead to memorable content

Award-winning Executive Creative Director of Pacinamix, Colin Makhubela joins us on this episode of The Lead Creative to draw from some of his own experiences, where he unpacks what led to some of the brand and agency partnerships that he was part of.

Zwelakhe Tshabangu on creating work that resonates with customers

In this episode of The Lead Creative podcast, Zwelakhe Tshabangu shares some of Make Beautiful Agency's lessons from understanding innovative ways to create work for various platforms and how consumers engage with brands.

Sarah-Jane Boden on the importance of diversity in the creative industry

In this episode of The Lead Creative podcast, Sarah-Jane ‘SJ’ Boden, Founder and Executive Creative Director of SoulProviders Collective, talks about some of the strides that the creative industry has made in South Africa.

Tumi Rabanye on brand and creative strategy in times of endless disruption

On this episode of The Lead Creative podcast, Tumi Rabanye, a Senior Marketing and Communications Strategist, talks about the role and significance of strategy when the only constant is disruption, where brands have access to more consumer data than ever.

Lebogang Mukansi on the value of growth hacking

In this episode of The Lead Creative podcast, award-winning brand and advertising strategist turned growth-hacker, Lebogang Mukansi talks about the value of growth hacking.

Welcome to The Lead Creative

The Lead Creative podcast hosts a series of conversations with great minds in the creative, marketing, and communication industries. The podcast is hosted by Mongezi Mtati.

To Build Or Not To Build An App

Mobile platforms are among the fastest growing form of owned media in the social arena, and naturally some of the most trailblazing companies are jumping onto this bandwagon. According to Yahoo’s Flurry Analytics, mobile application (mobile app) usage grew by 115% in 2013, with social and messaging apps seeing