Brian Mdluli will be leaving the DMASA after five years as CEO to pursue his career in business. Michelle Perrow, acting chairman of the DMASA, said “we have been very fortunate to have had Brian as our CEO and as an indication of his continued support and relevance for the association, he will continue to remain on the Board as a non – executive director. We wish him every success in his next career move.”
Brian Mdluli said “I would like to thank the Board and all the members for their support over these last years. We have accomplished a lot. The time has come to take the organisation forward and keep it relevant in an increasingly complex environment. I look forward to helping that process in a non – executive role.”
The DMASA has 280 members representing marketers & service providers, & ranging in size from vast multinationals to micro-businesses. Its mission is to represent the interactive marketing sector, to encourage education; support high standards of marketing through awards for creativity (the annual Assegai Awards), the Food Tree initiative for responsible environment policy; and best practices (the DMASA Codes of practice). The DMASA has just launched a number of specialised committees to serve the new interactive marketing sector. The DMASA runs the only free & effective Do Not Contact list for consumers.
The DMASA will be run, on an interim basis, by Alastair Tempest, the COO. Alastair joined the DMASA as a consultant a year ago and previously ran the Federation of European Direct and Interactive Marketing (FEDMA) in Brussels, Belgium, for 18 years. He has extensive experience in interactive marketing and running trade associations.
For further information please contact the Acting Chairman Michelle Perrow (email@example.com, phone 011 514 3608) or Alastair Tempest (firstname.lastname@example.org , phone 011 781 8032).
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