MetropolitanRepublic has appointed its Executive Creative Director, Kamogelo Sesing, to its Board of Directors.
At the same time, Sesing has been mandated to lead and drive the agency’s creative vision, and manage the agency’s multi-disciplinary teams with a keen focus on integrating technology and business development into the MetropolitanRepublic ecosystem.
Both the Board appointment and Sesing’s new responsibilities reflect MetropolitanRepublic’s ambition and intention to solidify its position as a business-orientated creative company that employs innovation and business sciences to realise truly meaningful solutions and growth with purpose for their clients.
“Throughout his career, Kamogelo has demonstrated an amazing ability to apply a breadth of creative thinking to communications, products and services and consulting. He talks with a lot of passion about businesses constantly future-proofing through innovation, brands striking great resonance with consumers by connecting their respective purposes and where these two worlds intersect,” said Paul Warner, founder of the agency.
“We can’t navigate tomorrow’s landscape with yesterday’s maps. So, we’ve drawn a new map,” Sesing added.
“We’re looking forward to having Kamo’s talent and energy on our Board,” continued Warner. “We’ve been forging new paths for a while now and have always been a purpose-led thinking company first; not just to navigate a new world, but to help create purpose-led solutions to assist our clients create a better world. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with our clients, we don’t shy away from the inevitable challenges that arise, we lean into them.
“Kamo is exceptionally talented in this space. In designing ideas that start something, fix something, or pave the way to create something new. Ideas that will spread organically, attract customers and ignite action, so that the brand achieves its triple bottom line business objectives.”
Sesing joined MetropolitanRepublic in June 2019 as Executive Creative Director. With 16 years’ experience in the industry, he has worked on several of the country’s largest brands including Pick n Pay, MTN, SABC and, most recently, South African Tourism.
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