The seasoned marketing communications and brand management professional, politician and entrepreneur, Bestman Jumbo- Nze has rejoined Rosabel Advertising as managing consultant 789MARKETING can authoritatively confirmed.
According to our sources, management of Rosabel met with Bestman fortnight ago and assured him of maximum support. We also gathered that the current managing director, Mr. Stanley Salami will be reporting to the new managing consultant, whose mandate to is to lead the foremost agency out of its current struggling position.
Bestman, who was a senior group head with Rosabel Leo Burnett in early 2000 was the Account Director on first class brands like Vmobile ( now Airtel), Golden Penny Flower Mills and many other notable brands.
The University of Lagos graduate is equipped with sound business development skills with a matching media and social networking capabilities.
Bestman who cut his in teeth in advertising at Nucleus Advertising before joining Rosabel was COO of a top TV station and currently publishes a tabloid called After-Noon.
Bestman Jumbo-Nze, who is also considered as one of the strong allies of Minister for Works and Power, Babatunde Raji Fashola, is the CEO of Chops Tavern, a restaurant , bar and event place of repute in Johannesburg South Africa.
Rosabel Advertising status took a sharp downward turn when its proponents veered into politics and left the business to the hands of others. Apart from Tunde Adelaja (Group Managing Director), some of the non- owners managing directors include Tunji Abioye, Clement Omemu and the incumbent Salami.
Insight Publicis deal with Publicis Group, which took it global affiliate Leo Burnett away from Rosabel meant the agency is without international affiliation at the moment.
Cadbury Nigeria business departure signaled the agency journey to struggle. Beside Cadbury, Globacom, UACN and UBA also departed. Meanwhile the agency still manages Grand Oak (former Nigerian Distillers).
Bestman mandates is simply, bring back lucrative businesses and the man behind the Chop is ready and equal to revamp the business once again