WHO ARE WE?
Regency are recognised leaders in purpose-driven film-making with a deep commitment to inclusive development that elevates society.
WHAT DO WE DO?
As documentary film-makers, we are global specialists in telling sustainability stories.
This flagship TV show celebrates a collection of stories documenting examples of innovative, inclusive business-led development across the country.

Regency are recognised leaders in purpose-driven film-making with a deep commitment to inclusive development that elevates society. As authentic content becomes increasingly crucial for building long-term brand position, we believe no one else can offer a similar value proposition in this unique category of story-telling. What’s more, we have hand-picked a team that can provide the strategic digital capacity and know-how to share these stories with the world.

RECENT WORK FROM OUR PORTFOLIO

Powering Ghana And Creating Jobs

Client: Karpowership, Turkey Brief:  At the height of the Ghanaian power crisis people would have to endure black outs for up to 24-hours, affecting the whole nation both economically and [...]

Driving Fintech in EMEA

Brief – Travel with the Citi Mobile Challenge (CMC) FinTech EMEA Roadshow to tell the stories of entrepreneurs and Citi teams engaged in the competition and events. Idea – The production of a [...]

HOW WE WORK AND WHAT WE DO

  • Content

    Develop and produce bespoke content for film

  • Television

    Create, direct and produce globally relevant television

  • Social

    Strategise and implement social investment programs

  • DIGITAL

    Digital and Social strategy origination and distribution

NEW AND BLOG

Entrepreneurship News
Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

June 2018 – Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa During the third international foodFirst conference, which this year focused on how to team up with African “agripreneurs”, FAO director-general José Graziano da Silva shared how agribusiness in Africa is poised to play a major role socio and economic development, but without policies […]
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#AfricaMonth: Africa communications is rising too

May 2018 – #AfricaMonth: Africa communications is rising too Africa is rising. Africa’s communications are rising too. In my opinion, there are six main reasons for the rise of Africa as an investment destination and each of them has an impact on the practice of effective communications across the continent. 1. Better governance and regulatory environments […]
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Creating business communities for African unity

May 2018 – Creating business communities for African unity The run-up to the 55th Africa Day, celebrated annually on 25 May in parts of Africa and around the world in commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) (now the African Union), is an ideal time to reflect on the opportunities presented […]
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Environment News
Building Africa’s future on renewable energy

Building Africa’s future on renewable energy

There is no doubt that renewable energy is the future for Africa. Already, several countries on the continent have taken the lead in promoting investment in renewable energy, which over time will become a significant source of power to both households and businesses. One of the key factors contributing to more extensive use of renewable […]
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Financial News
Rethinking the value of infrastructure in South Africa

Rethinking the value of infrastructure in South Africa

The National Development Plan (NDP) notes that to “achieve sustainable and inclusive growth by 2030, South Africa needs to invest in a strong network of economic infrastructure”. And, as we are a little more than a decade away from the targets set for 2030, now is the time to take stock of investments to date, […]
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Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

June 2018 – Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa During the third international foodFirst conference, which this year focused on how to team up with African “agripreneurs”, FAO director-general José Graziano da Silva shared how agribusiness in Africa is poised to play a major role socio and economic development, but without policies […]
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#AfricaMonth: Africa communications is rising too

May 2018 – #AfricaMonth: Africa communications is rising too Africa is rising. Africa’s communications are rising too. In my opinion, there are six main reasons for the rise of Africa as an investment destination and each of them has an impact on the practice of effective communications across the continent. 1. Better governance and regulatory environments […]
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Health and Wellness
Food Lover’s Market ditches plastic straws

Food Lover’s Market ditches plastic straws

June 2018 – Food Lover’s Market ditches plastic straws #TheLastStraw Food Lover’s Market has launched a Withdraw The Straw campaign and will be replacing all plastic straws with paper ones in its stores nationally. With more than 1 million single-use plastic straws being discarded around the world on a daily basis, the fresh produce retailer is […]
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Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

June 2018 – Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa During the third international foodFirst conference, which this year focused on how to team up with African “agripreneurs”, FAO director-general José Graziano da Silva shared how agribusiness in Africa is poised to play a major role socio and economic development, but without policies […]
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World Oceans Day 2018: Actor Adrian Grenier Is Cutting Out Plastic.

June 2018 – World Oceans Day 2018: Actor Adrian Grenier Is Cutting Out Plastic. Here’s How You Can, Too. The ‘Entourage’ star and UN Ambassador started with plastic straws and is now working on a plastic-free house. Actor and environmental activist Adrian Grenier is perhaps best known for his lead role in the HBO series Entourage. But […]
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Inspirational News
#YouthDay2018: Sbonelo started his own school as his way to contribute

#YouthDay2018: Sbonelo started his own school as his way to contribute

June 2018 –  Sbonelo Tshabalala founder of TreNello School of Maths and Arts #YouthDay2018 Sbonelo Tshabalala wasn’t yet born when the youth of 1976 took to the streets to fight against a regime that did not have the best interests of black children at heart. Those young people were maimed and even killed while fighting for […]
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Born Frees share their thoughts on how to move SA forward

June 2018 – Born Frees share their thoughts on how to move SA forward #YouthDay2018 Youth Day 2018, another year goes by in South Africa and we have a lot to look back on and still so much to fix. With Youth Day having such a powerful and well-documented history in the country, we thought we […]
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Food Lover’s Market ditches plastic straws

June 2018 – Food Lover’s Market ditches plastic straws #TheLastStraw Food Lover’s Market has launched a Withdraw The Straw campaign and will be replacing all plastic straws with paper ones in its stores nationally. With more than 1 million single-use plastic straws being discarded around the world on a daily basis, the fresh produce retailer is […]
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International News
Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa

June 2018 – Helping smallholders participate in the rise of agribusiness in Africa During the third international foodFirst conference, which this year focused on how to team up with African “agripreneurs”, FAO director-general José Graziano da Silva shared how agribusiness in Africa is poised to play a major role socio and economic development, but without policies […]
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World Oceans Day 2018: Actor Adrian Grenier Is Cutting Out Plastic.

June 2018 – World Oceans Day 2018: Actor Adrian Grenier Is Cutting Out Plastic. Here’s How You Can, Too. The ‘Entourage’ star and UN Ambassador started with plastic straws and is now working on a plastic-free house. Actor and environmental activist Adrian Grenier is perhaps best known for his lead role in the HBO series Entourage. But […]
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World Environment Day 2018: Beat Plastic Pollution!

June 2018 – World Environment Day 2018: Beat Plastic Pollution! The focus for this year’s World Environmental Day and Oceans Day is on plastic pollution and encouraging solutions for a healthy ocean. Plastics are part of our everyday lifestyles, and their release to the environment has become yet another serious global environmental crisis impacting ecosystems and […]
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Technology News
Why smart transportation is a game changer for Africa

Why smart transportation is a game changer for Africa

The concept of the smart city is perceived as futuristic but its benefits rapidly encourage various cities to implement new approaches and technologies akin to one. A report by Frost & Sullivan suggests that by 2020, four billion networked devices are expected to be in place in the MENA region. The future is going to […]
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Trialogue and Eskom partner to promote enterprise development

Enterprise development involves investing money and time in small enterprises, so that they can become sustainable and grow. It can help people to escape poverty and earn a living, and in the process contribute to economic growth in South Africa. Corporate social investment consultancy Trialogue has accordingly launched an Enterprise Development topic on its Trialogue […]
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Educational partnership to create tomorrow’s coders

June 2018 – Educational partnership to create tomorrow’s coders ORT South Africa (ORT SA), a non-profit educational organisation, and Chevron South Africa have partnered up to implement coding programmes in previously disadvantaged schools in Ivory Park, north of Johannesburg. Coding is a critical element in the 21st century school curriculum, giving learners the ability not […]
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THOUGHTS FROM OUR CLIENTS

  • “We had a positive experience working with the team at Regency.  The value of creating a bespoke film, as told from people outside your own organisation, is that they add an objective credibility to your story.  We are not always good at telling people about what we do for the old adage of being seen as showing off, but equally we are proud of the people we work with and they were able to have a visibility and tell their own stories encapsulated within the larger picture. I would recommend Regency Foundation Networx as offering professional, caring and responsible work that adds real value to your company. It was also important to the film crew, if we wanted to get a particular message to our customers about our work, that they understood it and that they were able to show the evidence of what we were saying was true. I can only say that our experience of working with the team at Regency Foundation Networx was all positive.”

    Paige Earlam Head of Marketing, Plexus Cotton
  • “The process of working with Regency was smooth and transparent. I was truly impressed by the quality of their work. The team is reactive and very professional. Everything was run as planned. The team is very friendly. Working with them is like being a part of the Regency family. So, we, all together, were able to get a wonderful deliverable from this synergy. How do I feel about the end result? I simply love it!”

    Mouna Fouillade Africa Marketing and Communications Director, Ingenico Group
  • “It was a pleasure working with the dedicated team at Regency Foundation Networx on the It’s Africa’s Time television series. Not only do they understand the importance of mutually beneficial partnerships between an organisation and its communities, but they also took the time to learn about Teranga’s inclusive business model that drives our responsibility program. As a result, Regency produced a quality video that is both informative and charismatic. We were proud to share the much-acclaimed final product with all of our stakeholders and to a wider audience through Regency’s notable distribution channels in television, print and social media.”

    Caterina Ventrella Investor Relations Associate, Teranga Gold Corporation
  • “Thank you for the great outcome of the videos – they are inspiring, moving and beautiful. The ladies from the cooking bags in Ghana wrote to us that they were so touched seeing their project promoted and had tears in their eyes watching the films. This was such moving feedback. We hope to collaborate again in the future with you and the team of It’s Africa’s Time – it was great working with you.”

    Mareike Grytz Knowledge and Communications Manager, Inclusive Business Action Network
  • “Many thanks for this fantastic piece of work. We, and our partners, will make good use of this short story.”

    Joyce Maura Jose Sustainable Development Advisor, BP Angola
  • "Working with Regency was one of the best moves we made. They are a highly professional and undoubtedly passionate team with an eye for a great story. If anyone out there is looking for an inspiring partner to work with to get their messages out I would recommend Regency without hesitation."

    Ian Welle-Skitt Head of Communication, UBS Optimus Foundation
  • We’ve enjoyed working with the team from Regency. As much as they are focused on delivering quality work, from both the story and production standpoints, they have also brought their endurance and enthusiasm into the shooting process. On a personal level, it was wonderful getting to know them, learning about their experiences, and seeing their professionalism in the production and shooting processes. They’re an experienced team that truly respects the subjects of the story and they have a strong focus on learning more about the lives of the principle characters. By presenting our story through the children, who are everyone’s stakeholders, the story helped strengthen our company’s core values. Ultimately, we were very pleased that Regency was able to capture the story of the children so clearly and genuinely. If you are looking to present the human story, I would not hesitate to recommend Regency. Their values and mission to present stories on humanity, social development and justice are reflected in their work.

    Raja Asvanon at Sansiri Corporate Planning and Sustainability Development, Sansiri
  • Within our business we make a concerted effort to give back to all the communities that we operate in. As a company we aim to show that there are always mutually beneficial relationships and we never skip the opportunity to make a difference. This was clearly reflected in the stories and episodes produced for us by Regency. Working with Regency, especially the field team, was a huge pleasure and made us feel like we are part of this one big family. The entire process was smooth, clear and carried out hassle-free…and the stories and experiences that we shared will always have a special place in our hearts. We worked with Regency for two years in a row, which I believe shows our appreciation towards the end product that we received. Our first project together, filmed in Ghana, had so many unbelievable acclaims that we went back the second time. We would of course recommend Regency if promoting your business via short films is what you need.

    Asli Sürek Marketing Specialist, Commercial Operations, Karadeniz Holding

EXPERIENCE

At Regency we have a rather unique value proposition. Whilst we produce impactful short films and invest in programs for community development and upliftment, this is only what we do. Being a force for positive change, at the core of it, is sincerely why we do it.

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