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Thursday, 6 October 2011

Pixel Foundry Photographic Services To Extend Operation To Sub-Saharan Africa

In line with its successful operation in South Africa and to further establish a firm presence in the rest of Africa, photographic services agency, Pixel Foundry is set to expand its operations into Sub-Saharan Africa with the launch of Pixel Africa.

Pixel Foundry will now be expanding throughout the rest of Africa, with new divisions across Nigeria, DRC and other growing markets throughout the Sub-Saharan region. Headed up by Cindy Laufs, Pixel Africa aims to provide existing clients such as Insight Nigeria, Low Lintas, Pygma Ogilvy and others with a range of photographic and client account services, while also connecting with new agencies.

With the aim of becoming an integral part of its advertising landscape, the company said the Pixel Africa launch will enable it to supply the growing advertising industry in Sub-Saharan Africa with cutting edge photography. It pledged that it presence in Africa will allow a diversity of location opportunities across the continent as a leading photographic production facility with top photographers.

Pixel Africa strives to promote the growth of the booming advertising and creative industry in Africa, to provide work and photographic services for photographers and ad agencies. In addition to this, Pixel Africa will be providing workshops for photographers to enhance skills and techniques. With the latest equipment, resources and services, the Pixel Foundry will be ideally positioned to offer current and future clients a high level of photographic support.

Having already accumulated a number of clients based in other parts of the continent such as Nigeria, Mozambique and Ghana, Pixel Africa actively pursue more opportunities by offering the same host of services we already offer to an extensive network of clients and advertising agencies in South Africa and other territories.

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