Matriarch was founded in 1999 and over the past 20 years this dynamic agency has earned themselves the reputation of being one of the leading experiential agencies providing groundbreaking solutions to South Africa's leading brands. They have a strong national footprint with additional offices and warehousing in Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Corporate social responsibility or social investment have been two terms bandied about in board rooms for a few decades now. Given South Africa's massive social challenges this is understandable. Foundations have been set up and have distributed billions of rands supporting educational, social, health, environmental, small business development and job creation initiatives. To date, however, companies have not leveraged these substantial investments to positively enhance their reputation and brands. The belief seems to be that doing good and being a good corporate citizen is not something that should generate a return. 14 Apr 2020Read more
On the back of being awarded a three-year Standard Bank contract as an official activation agency of choice - Matriarch is continuing its phenomenal growth trajectory with a primary focus on expanding its footprint in Gauteng. The company has established itself as an independent pioneer in the experiential space over the last 20 years and their latest strategy will see its Johannesburg executional hub grow to a full-service brand activation agency in the form of Matriarch Marketing Johannesburg that will take the business into the future. 13 Sep 2019Read more
Matriarch was recently selected by Standard Bank as one of five official activation agencies of choice, having secured a three-year contract with the Financial Services provider commencing from mid-August 2019. The strongly contested pitch to work with one of South Africa's biggest banks saw a number of the country's top agencies compete for the opportunity to carry out all activation work across Personal and Business banking (PBBSA) as well as brand and sponsorship for Standard Bank. 1 Aug 2019Read more