Nedbank group appoints new Group Executive: Marketing, Communications & Corporate Affairs

11 May 2011 Nedbank
Thulani Sibeko

Thulani Sibeko

Nedbank Group has appointed Thulani Sibeko as Group Executive: Marketing, Communications and Corporate Affairs.

Thulani holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California State University and a Graduate Certificate in Business Studies from Harvard University.

His role at Nedbank includes overseeing corporate branding, group public affairs, sponsorships, transformation, internal and external communications, market and customer insights and the Nedbank Foundation, the group’s corporate social investment arm.

Prior to joining Nedbank, Thulani was head of marketing at Hollard Insurance. Previously he was in charge of brand management at Vodacom where he managed the group’s brand strategy in South Africa and ensuring consistent application of its corporate identity and art direction in South Africa, Mozambique, Lesotho, the DRC and Tanzania.

Thulani gained his classical marketing experience in consumer goods where he held different brand-building roles at Gillette, Polaroid and Procter &Gamble where his last role was Associate Marketing Director. During his career Thulani has been responsible for brands like Gillette Series, Oral B, Braun, Polaroid, Olay, Pantene, Head & Shoulders and Vicks. In addition to working in South Africa, Thulani has had regional assignments based in Boston, London and Geneva.

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