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Noah’s Ark secures international affiliation for better performance


Dentsu Aegis Network

Dentsu Aegis Network

Dentsu Aegis Network Sub Saharan Africa (SSA), a global advertising network, has strengthened its footprint in West Africa with a partnership deal with Noah’s Ark Communications Limited, a local creative agency.

Speaking on the affiliation, the Group Chief Operating Officer for Dentsu Aegis Network Sub Saharan Africa, Mr. Bevis Hoets, stated that the affiliation marks a step-change for Dentsu Aegis Network SSA, providing immediate scale, talent and new capability in the digital and creative arena in West Africa.

Hoets also said that the new affiliation would significantly increase the collective firepower of Media Fuse Dentsu Aegis Network and Noah’s Ark to provide industry-leading solutions for clients.

According to him, “We are beyond impressed with the outstanding work and results Noah’s Ark continues to deliver for their clients and we are honoured to have them as our partner in Nigeria. I am happy to welcome them to the Dentsu Aegis Network family and look forward to demonstrating the power of our partnership for our clients both locally and globally”.

Also speaking was the Managing Director and Chief Creative Officer of Noah’s Ark Communications Limited, Mr. Lanre Adisa, who stated that the affiliation with Dentsu Aegis Network is another significant milestone in the anal of the agency and would further help position the company as a thought leader in the advertising industry not only in Nigeria but also in the West African sub-region.

Adisa noted that the affiliation would afford the agency the opportunity to attract global businesses and help in its pursuit of putting Nigeria on the creative world map through its audacious and non-conventional creative work.

As he noted, “We are very excited and proud to be affiliated to the Dentsu Aegis Sub Saharan Africa (SSA).

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