Aprio Group at a glance

Aprio Group is a leading provider of comprehensive communication services, with offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and London. Our team of experts specialises in strategic communication, digital communication, crisis and reputation management and investor relations.

We understand what drives reputation and what threatens it. We know what high-reputation organisations look like and how they act, and we know how to develop and guide them. We take a tactical approach and are mindful of how our service influences market value and complements overall business strategy. Counsel at C-suite level to South Africa’s leading businesses has, in many instances, evolved into a closely aligned strategic partnership that goes beyond the delivery of a communications service. We develop coordinated, consistent, clear messaging, whether it’s a matter of distilling C-suite thinking into its clearest reflection, or creatively crafting organisational narratives that excite, engage and entertain.

During times of crisis or under extraordinary conditions, we offer guidance and support to help our clients effectively navigate complex issues and make informed decisions.

Investor Relations, when done well, bridges the gap between capital allocation today and the creation of long-term value.

With the global drive towards digital transformation, entire industries have now adopted a digital-first approach to growth. It’s time to control your digital journey, or it will control you.

Aprio ARM’s relationships, experience and in-house technical and advisory expertise will support the fulfilment of your communications objectives, seamlessly and effectively.

What we do

Aprio’s many services centre around offering an integrated communications approach to your stakeholders.

We can help you raise your leadership or corporate profile, improve your reputation, and navigate complex regulatory environments.

We pride ourselves on our ability to build strong, long-lasting relationships with our clients. Whether you're focused on the South African market or looking to expand your operations across the globe, we're here to help you uncover opportunities to connect with your stakeholders.

The Evolution of Corporate Communication in 2024

Businesses worldwide are making progress toward achieving their digital transformation priorities and will continue to make this a top priority in 2024. This shift encompasses not just the adoption of new back-office or operational technologies; it will also transform the ways in which companies communicate, both internally and externally.

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The rapid adoption of social media by the African continent’s leaders

The obvious question is to what extent social media can influence African political and business campaigns and strategies? First let us consider these facts, issued by the GSM Association, which expects unique mobile subscriptions and SIM connections in Africa to rise to 615-million and 1.12-billion respectively, in 2025.

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Counsel at C-suite level to South Africa’s leading businesses has, in many instances, evolved into a closely aligned strategic partnership that goes beyond the delivery of a communications service.

CEO Julian Gwillim


Our People

Our team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of communicating in key African markets, as well as global trends and best practices.

We leverage this expertise to deliver tailored solutions that meet your unique needs, whether you're looking to raise your profile, improve your reputation, or navigate complex regulatory environments.

Our Team

Thought Leadership

The rise of the retail investor

The South African stock market has witnessed a rise in retail investor participation in recent years. This seems almost counter-intuitive, given high interest rates and the higher cost of living, which presumably cuts back on people’s disposable income.

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Capital Raising on the JSE, are we about to turn the corner?

It is well-documented that the JSE had been losing listings at a steady rate, declining from 616 companies in the year 2000, to having slipped under the 300 mark currently. [BB1] Reasons typically provided are the onerous requirements and costs of the JSE.

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