DMMA: "2012 A Big Year For Digital" - South Africa's Digital Industry Highlights From 2012

From Ideate Mon Dec 10 2012, 03:40:38

At the beginning of 2012, the Digital Media and Marketing Association (DMMA) announced its plans to accelerate the growth of the digital industry within a South African context. The DMMA has made significant headway this year towards achieving this objective by implementing a number of key initiatives that have positively contributed towards the growth and [...] Related posts:

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