aitch is a digital communications agency. We create well-crafted and atmospheric campaigns for lifestyle, entertainment and event brands in South Africa.
We offer a suite of creative and digital marketing services with a hands-on and experiential approach. From concept to creation, we combine words and visuals, compelling narrative and dynamic strategy to drive exposure, word-of-mouth and brand awareness. Our communication style is considered, authentic and atmospheric – captivating storytelling is at the heart of everything we do.
aitch clientele includes business communications for mobile and media companies MaxAxion, Adjoin Media, Kagiso Media, Silverstone and Stockholm-based Tolpagorni Product Management. We've also worked with Jamaican-based service provider Digicel.
Our primary work includes event marketing, brand development, communication strategy and content creation for festivals and events such as Wolfkop Weekender, Nzura Gathering, The Gin and Tonic Festival and Noble Vice Wine and Culinary Event.
As well as Doorbell Deli, Bloedlemoen Gin, Six Dogs Gin, The General's Gin, Espadril, and Berlin-based luxury fashion brand, Maison Heroine.
We love to collaborate, get conceptual and partner with creative businesses.
You say it ‘aaych’…
AS IN the phoneticaL SOUND of the letter H, which is spelled haitch or aitch. ;)
“Almost all of the people I look up to and try to steal from today, regardless of their profession, have built sharing into their routine. These people aren’t schmoozing at cocktail parties; they’re too busy for that. They’re cranking away in their studios, their laboratories, or their cubicles, but instead of maintaining absolute secrecy and hoarding their work, they’re open about what they’re working on, and they’re consistently posting bits and pieces of their work, their ideas, and what they’re learning online. Instead of wasting their time “networking,” they’re taking advantage of the network. By generously sharing their ideas and their knowledge, they often gain an audience that they can then leverage when they need it — for fellowship, feedback, or patronage.”
~ Austin Kleon, Show Your Work