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Welcome to the Marketing House

Marketers Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ) was established in 2007 and its journey began riding on the vision to give the Marketing profession the recognition it deserves. Leading to its formation, major challenges were identified within the Marketing profession which included lack of recognition of the profession in Zimbabwe and gross fragmentation amongst professionals themselves due to lack of adequate networking facilities. There was also realisation of the need for the development and implementation of marketing strategies through interactive forums, consequently benefitting the entire industry, government and the economy at large.

With its vision of becoming a leading body marketing professionals, promoting professionalism to the highest standards for the benefit of the industry and the economy, the Association has drawn over 250 corporate members and 800 individual members. The Association’s membership is open to all marketers and corporate organizations.

INDUSTRY NEWS

Last Updated 25 June 2014
  • Walking the Talk: Moving towards entrepreneurship 

    Moving towards entrepreneurship is a stepping stone towards realising that the revival of this economy will require a conversion from theoretical practices and translate them into practice. In recognition that small and medium enterprises are the biggest employers, Marketers Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ), themed the Marketers Graduation Luncheon around entrepreneurship as a necessary facet, in bridging the gap between theory and practice.

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  • MAZ to host the first African Marketing Summit

    The need to recognize and uplift the marketing profession as a continent has become pertinent, against a backdrop of the continuous expansion of African markets globally. Geographical transparencies are attributed to new technology as well as the effect of a “wandering eye” to foreign markets.

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