About TwoTone Global
“The range of our collective vision is far greater when individual insights become one.”
- Andrew Carnegie
100% black owned
85% black female owned
30% black female youth owned
Two Tone Global is an 19 year young, 100% Black and 85% Black Female owned 30% Black Female Youth owned Through The Line Full Service Agency, with Brand at its Core. Two Tone has been at the cutting edge of the South African communications industry for over 19 years. The agency has executed strategic brand development projects for clients like Liberty Group, Tyme Bank, Clover SA, Access Bank Nigeria, Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Mondelez, Unilever, South African Tourism, UNISA (University of South Africa), Virgin Mobile, South African Airways, Ghana Oil & GCIS (Government Communication & Information System) Vodacom and Vodafone Ghana. The team has extensive global experience in the Finanacial Services Industries, FMCG, Mobile, Travel, & tourism sectors & has executed numerous through-the-line campaigns & projects throughout the world. Two Tone has established useful alliances with global partners, ensuring that the agency is always in touch with cultural & business trends worldwide.
Two Tone Global has selected countries that show great long-term prospects & those that promise to expand the agency’s capabilities such as Ghana, Nigeria & Kenya. We have thoroughly assessed these markets’ potential & actual market size, market growth rate, competitive intensity, the strengths & weaknesses of existing & potential competition as well as the height of entry barriers, including tariffs & quotas. Once company resources constraints have been identified, & entry is feasible, we‘re in business.↓
Stepping into Africa & beyond — our strategic direction.
Our global reach & ability to execute global campaigns through a tightly knit network of branches & collaborations has become a key aspect in our strategic growth plan. Having an integrated network has paid off well for us as has been demonstrated through the notable work developed & executed for the South African Tourism, Coca-Cola East Africa and Ghana Oil, across 28 countries in Africa.