Andpeople gives a free agency startup pack upon closure

Andpeople is closing down its business but deemed it fit to provide the free agency startup pack to help new creative businesses to grow quicker


TechInAfrica – It is a sad thing that Andpeople is winding down after so many years and great works, but the agency isn’t letting that prevent it from giving back to society.

Andpeople is a youth engagement specialist agency launched in 2012. The agency has its creative studio based in South Africa, Cape Town. 

What’s Andpeople offering? The agency is well-known to focus on youths and has shown it has what it takes to turn things around for those who engage it. The agency has done marvelous works for firms such as Levi’s, Adidas, Spotify, Jose Cuervo, Bacardi, Ray-Ban, and many more.

Andpeople, upon closure, is offering a free ‘agency startup pack.’ The pack contains relevant templates and tools that the next generation of creatives would need to get their businesses up to speed.

According to the Managing Director of Andpeople, Duncan Maclennan, “We are in an unprecedented time. And many creative businesses are already feeling the pressure to adapt, change, or become obsolete. It’s a trying period, given how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the world economy. But the good thing is that we are confident that new crop of thinkers, which comprises of young minds, will emerge and change things, just like we did some 8 years ago when we first launched.

Maclennan further stated that Andpeople is closing down with immediate effect but deemed it fit to provide this startup pack to help the latest crops of creative businesses flourish.

You can download the Andpeople’s agency startup pack here. Remember, it’s free!


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