Financial Wellness company Momentum appoints Chief Marketing Officer

29 September 2017 Momentum
Xoliswa Ndungane.

Xoliswa Ndungane.

Ms Xoliswa Ndungane has been appointed as MMI Holdings Divisional Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Momentum Retail and Multiply, Momentum’s wellness and rewards programme.

Xoliswa has over 20 years of experience in Marketing, driving new marketing initiatives, brand building and product positioning in the automotive, telecoms, financial services and fast moving consumer goods industries. She joins Momentum from General Motors (GM) where she held the position of General Manager: Marketing and Customer Experience. Xoliswa is passionate about brand and the customer’s experience and understanding of brands.

Khanyi Nzukuma, CEO of Momentum says, “We are very excited to have Xoliswa join the Momentum family. We look forward to working with her, to deliver and enhance the lifetime Financial Wellness of our clients”.

Zureida Ebrahim, CEO of Multiply added, “We are really eager to take the Multiply brand into the everyday lives of our clients. Xoliswa’s cross-industry experience and passion for the consumer makes her ideal to help us build the Multiply brand”.

Xoliswa holds a BCom degree in Marketing and Business Administration as well as a Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) in Strategic Marketing and Media Management.

Happily married to her childhood sweetheart, Xoliswa has three daughters and is passionate about family. She enjoys movies; action movies particularly and James Bond specifically. Xoliswa is an avid reader, interested in motivational and self-awareness genres.

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