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The 4th Annual fireworks Art Exhibition

The Annual fireworks Art Exhibition 2012

Wednesday 5th December 2012
  Some consider collecting fine art pieces as a preserve for the rich and wannabes. So, in most cases the average Ugandan will abscond from any such functions, thus rendering the artists’ work redundant. Those with the money sometimes are cooped up in offices with no time to visit art galleries. In a bid to market artists’ work to buyers and promote a culture of collecting art among Ugandan corporates, fireworks Advertising started the...
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fireworks Advertising is hiring

Monday 10th September 2012
  fireworks Advertising is looking for a dynamic and passionate executive - Digital Media (social media executive) who is responsible for and executing a well-defined social media strategy that increases brand awareness and generates traffic. This person is responsible for evaluating, organizing and contributing to all social media channels in an effort to achieve set objectives while ensuring a consistent communication message and...
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The fireworks Annual fireBrand Awards 2011

Thursday 26th January 2012
When asked what her most memorable moment for 2011 was at fireworks, Dorothy Mukimba said the Crown Beverages Limited MirindaRific promotion, an account in her docket, by far outstripped everything else. The late working hours, pressure to deliver to client and the accompanying stress were something to remember.
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The award winning agency - 5 babies in 3 years

Wednesday 25th January 2012
Five babies in three years! Impossible! You may say, but at fireworks Advertising, nothing’s beyond our reach. We delivered a baby for two consecutive years and then triplets in the third. The allusion translates to the five awards we have won for PR excellence in just three years since inception. The culture of winning dates back to 2009 when we scooped the Best PR Campaign Award in recognition for work done for Crown Beverages Limited, the...
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The fireworks Annual Art Exhibition 2011

Tuesday 24th January 2012
Some consider collecting fine art pieces as a preserve for the rich and wannabes. So, in most cases the average Ugandan will abscond from any such functions, thus rendering the artists’ work redundant. Those with the money sometimes are cooped up in offices with no time to visit art galleries.
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Call for Application - PR & Digital Communications Manager

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Call for Applications - PR & Digital Communications Executive

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