Wunderbrand has a team of talented and experienced executives ready to take on the most robust projects.
Nicholas is Wunderbrand founder and owner.
He is passionate about working with brands in emerging markets to become global leaders.
Chien-Ming otherwise known as Alice is the co-founder of Wunderbrand and was responsible for setting up the social media capacity at Wunderbrand. Armed with an architecture degree and courses in copywriting she is a key part of driving our client's online communities.
Aiki has a BSc in Economics from the University of Ibadan and a Masters in Integrated Marketing Communications from Westminster University, UK. She also has industry certifications from renowned institutions like VEGA school of Brand Mgt., SA, London School of Public Relations and Vanderbilt University USA.
Sapi is the MD of Wunderbrand in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi, new territories ready for the emergence of great local brands.
As managing Director of TBWA Zimbabwe she has facilitated for Magna Carta’s operation in Zimbabwe. She has over 15 years experience in Advertising and Marketing. She has worked for Ogilvy Zimbabwe and Young and Rubicam where she held the positions of Client Services Director and Managing Director respectively.
Clarize has been an integral part of Wunderbrand almost from its founding. A brand specialist through and through, she is able to work across multiple industries with a clarity of design that is hard to emulate. She is also responsible for training Wunderbrand designers both in the studio and internal client studios.
Akua Sarpong Gyekye is the Managing Trustee and a Strategic Planning Consultant of the Adebi Sarpong Foundation, a family run organisation that advocates social reform and creates social solutions. Akua spent many years working in the corporate sector and has held positions at JPMorgan Chase, Royal Bank of Canada and ANZ Bank. She is a Director of the Nsutaman Rural Bank and also sits on the Board of Zawadi Ghana, a non-profit organisation that identifies and supports bright and needy girls in continuing their tertiary education in Ghana or North America