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Ogilvy Organizes Workshop to Support Namibian Influencers

Namibian influencers recently gathered for a workshop organized by Ogilvy, a global marketing and communications agency, to receive valuable insights and resources to enhance their digital businesses.

The workshop featured a diverse group of influential personalities, including Yeezir, TopCheri, Adriano Visagie, Emily Kandanga, DJ Castro, Pukuu, Lady Diana, Adora, Twinfluencer, and KP Illest.

The primary objective of the workshop was to provide tailored solutions to address the specific needs of each influencer, encompassing areas such as reporting, operational processes, and other valuable resources.

The Ogilvy team conducted informative sessions covering topics like international trends, strategies for improving statistics and brand positioning, and effective client presentation techniques.

Daisy Silva from Ogilvy explained that the initial selection of influencers was based on existing relationships; however, they expressed their eagerness to collaborate with a broader range of influencers from the community.

Throughout the workshop, the Ogilvy professionals facilitated interactive discussions aimed at deepening the influencers’ understanding of the extensive capabilities and benefits offered by the agency’s advanced digital solutions.

The participants explored ways to leverage international trends within the local market and exchanged ideas on quick solutions to enhance brand identity and statistical performance.Silva also expressed Ogilvy’s recognition of the talent within the Namibian influencer community.

The agency is actively working with their local team and global partners to explore opportunities for collaborations with international brands. Their goal is to provide avenues for Namibian influencers to work not only with Ogilvy’s office but also independently with global entities.

The workshop organized by Ogilvy exemplifies their commitment to supporting the growth and success of Namibian influencers in the digital landscape.

By providing tailored solutions and sharing industry insights, the agency aims to empower influencers to thrive in the ever-changing world of social media and digital marketing.

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