In a world where it is increasingly difficult for organisations to differentiate based on branding, product and services, an organisation’s culture and employee experience are among its most important competitive advantages, says Andrew Wood, CEO at The Unlimited.
Organisations that wish to position themselves as the employers of choice for the future and be instrumental in the development of breakthrough products that capture the imagination of today’s customer should embed creativity, innovation and playfulness into their corporate DNA.
The Unlimited, a direct marketing financial services firm, continues to enjoy double-digit, year-on-year growth, even in a down economy that is expected to grow only 0.7% this year.
The world around us has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. Technology has connected humans to each other, brought new levels of convenience into our lives and empowered us with information at our fingertips.
Cell C’s annual CEO Awards night was a glamourous event held at the Johannesburg’s Gallagher Convention Centre with inspiring performances and impressive guests from blue chip companies.
A group of The Unlimited executives spent two days in KwaNyuswa, where they visited some of the 1 800 crèches sponsored by The Unlimited Child.
A group of six South African adventurers, including The Unlimited’s Founder, Iain Buchan and The Unlimited’s Chairperson, Wallis Watt have set out to summit the world’s highest active volcano to raise awareness for The Unlimited Child
Laws that restrict economic activity in South Africa should be reviewed and one of the first in line sould be the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI).
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Trading normal work hours for spades and paintbrushes, more than 350 people from the Hillcrest community opened their hearts to transform five crèches and make a difference in the lives of 450 children.