Noah’s Ark Communications Limited, one of Nigeria’s most creative agency and multiple award winner at local and global levels, has lined up a series of activities to mark its 10 years of business operations in the country.
According to advertising agency, the event is expected to take place in April 2018.
The agency started operations on February 11, 2008.
Lanre Adisa, Chief Executive Officer of the company, who revealed some of the activities to celebrate the milestone, described the company’s achievement as a product of favour and immense support received from clients who have remained a strong foundation for the company’s sterling performance in the last ten years.
He further expressed his appreciation to all the clients that have at one time or the other entrusted their brands in the care of the agency. He gave special recognition to clients like Airtel, Three Crowns, Nokia, Kwese TV, SFH, Heritage Bank and Hypo among others.
“It is great to celebrate the ten year anniversary and I am highly excited about this milestone, first of all, I must commend Peak Milk for their support since the beginning of the journey. I must say they did us a lot of good by giving us the wings to fly when we were just starting,” Adisa said.
Meanwhile, as part of activities marking the celebration of the milestone, a novelty match has been put together with Noah’s Ark Team to trade tackles with AAAN, the preeminent trade association for Nigeria’s advertising industry.
According to the company, the high point of the celebration will be a lecture expected to be delivered by a renowned author and advertising guru, Thomas Kolster.
Kolster will deliver on the topic entitled: Goodvertising – your voice & work matter. This will be followed by a roundtable discussion featuring industry experts and thought leaders comes after the keynote lecture.
A workshop will also be anchored by Thomas Kolster for the agency and its clients on Friday, April 5, 2018, at Radisson Blu, Ikeja, GRA, Lagos while the keynote lecture is slated for Friday, April 6, 2018 at Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Thomas Kolster describes himself as a man on a mission; one of the early pioneers in the do-good space, coining the term Goodvertising to describe the changing advertising landscape that’s become a movement in itself.