Tag: Brand Finance Africa

Here’s how much Africa’s top brands could lose over COVID-19

One of the effects of the COVID-19 crisis is the decrease in visibility and brand value. Africa’s top 150 most valuable brands are set to lose up to 12 per cent of its value which is a loss of around $60 billion. Jeremy Sampson, Managing Director at Brand Finance Africa joins CNBC Africa for more.

How Chinese brands could become more dominant post COVID-19 crisis

According to the latest report by Brand Finance, e-commerce brands will prove greater success during the Covid-19 pandemic, whilst the automotive retailers will incur major losses. Joining CNBC Africa to unpack more on the ranking of the top 50 most valuable retail brands is Jeremy Sampson, Managing Director at Brand Finance Africa.

What the #Springboks’ #RWC2019 win means for brand SA

South Africa became world champions as they took home gold in the rugby world cup. The win took place a few hours after Moody’s changed the outlook on South Africa’s credit ratings to negative from stable. So what do this weekend’s events mean for brand South Africa? CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to Jeremy Sampson, Executive Director, Brand Finance Africa.

Has the #SAElections2019 tarnished brand IEC, Bidvest & Lithotech?

For the first time since the birth of democracy, South Africa’s election credibility has been called into question due to the ease of being able to wipe off the indelible ink marks on a voter’s thumb. The company that supplied the ink is Lithotech, a division of Bidvest, to find out what this means for these brands CNBC Africa is joined by Jeremy Sampson, Managing Director, Brand Finance Africa.

Uber accelerates to $82bn valuation

The ride hailing behemoth Uber announced its target share price yesterday. The technology company is set to start trading at $45 per share, the lower range of its target. The company is said to be doing this, in an effort to stave off the trading plunge suffered by rival Lyft Inc. when it listed. Despite a valuation of $82 billion, Uber has not made any profit. CNBC Africa is joined by Jeremy Sampson, Managing Director, Brand Finance Africa.

Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman on the need to prioritise transformation in mining

Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman on the need to prioritise transformation in mining

Why Capitec remains Africa’s strongest banking brand

Why Capitec remains Africa’s strongest banking brand
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