Leading Creatives Share Views On Education via @HeavyChef Education Edition

Digital learning initiative, Heavy Chef has successfully launched the fourth volume of its magazine. Focusing on the broad theme of Education, the edition highlights three main topics – digital change management, team training and social entrepreneurship in the digital arena.

This edition elaborates on some hard-hitting issues like the digital divide between rural and urban living areas. William Makgaba, award-winning digital visionary and founder of Vexospark shares his views on this, and other compelling issues in this edition.

Other authors include NATIVE VML’s Executive Creative Director, Ryan McManus who explores workplace mentorship and Rich Mulholland, who makes a case for ending educational legacide. Heavy Chef’s team also interviewed the marketing heads of top corporates like Ahmed Kajee from Old Mutual and Santam’s Keano Johnson.

The creative concept of the magazine is inspired by the look and feel of old-school textbooks, with anatomical diagrams mirroring important components of successful education.

“Our marketing and creative teams worked really hard to bring this edition to life. Its pages are filled with valuable insights shared by some seriously Heavy Chefs in the digital education area. I can’t wait to hear what our audience thinks,” said World Wide Creative CEO and Heavy Chef founder, Fred Roed.

The magazine can be downloaded here or read via the onsite e-reader. Readers are encouraged to give feedback, share their opinions and comment on the magazine’s content via the Heavy Chef Facebook and Twitter page.

What Is Heavy Chef All About?

As an initiative of digital marketing agency World Wide Creative, the Heavy Chef project is a platform for practical learning – where South Africa’s digital community collaborates, shares ideas and discusses the latest web marketing news. The name comes from the expression “Never trust a skinny chef” and our aim to learn from Heavy Chefs – in other words, those rare folk who eat their own food, walk the talk and practice what they preach.

Heavy Chef is sponsored by: GetSmarter, Ad Dynamo, Microsoft SA, World Wide Creative and Backsberg Wines.