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MTI partners Ogilvy Africa to explore the continent


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MTI Consulting, in a pioneering move, has signed-up with Ogilvy & Mather Africa to access 27 countries in the Africa continent for MTI’s strategy consulting and business advisory solutions.



Nairobi-based Ogilvy is Africa’s premier communications agency and the largest network agency on the continent.

Speaking at the signing of the agreement with MTI Nandkishor Buty, CEO Ogilvy & Mather Africa said: “As Africa’s leading marketing communication agency with offices in over 27 countries,  we are best placed to help MTI to access this fast growing and largely uncharted region for strategy consulting and business advisory.”

“Africa offers exciting prospects for MTI, especially given our emerging markets experience. We are delighted to synergise with Ogilvy & Mather Africa and this relationship will further strengthen MTI’s ambitious plans to extend our international footprint,” said Hilmy Cader, CEO of MTI Consulting.

Ogilvy & Mather Africa has been a three times winner of the Financial Mail AdFocus Network Agency of the Year and this year, it also won the Africa Network Agency of the Year 2012 at the inaugural Forbes AdAwards. Ogilvy’’  portfolio in Africa includes large pan-African accounts such as Airtel, Barclays, South African Breweries, SC Johnson, IBM, KFC and Kraft.


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