NewsAdinah in the press
By: Dominic Adriaanse Cape Times | 14 March 2017, 07:01am
The prayers of disabled athlete Wellington Benade Boltmans, 17, and his family have been answered as they received a donation that will allow him to attend this year’s National Championships for the Physically Disabled in Port Elizabeth.
The Kinovi Montessori Klein Parys Preschool in Paarl has donated R3000 to the young man who now can focus on preparing for the athletics championships.
School director Mandy Allie said their school was part of a larger investment group that promoted a sense of community and co-operation.
Daliff Precision Engineering
25 APRIL 2017 – 07:09
Consistency is becoming even more of a business imperative and a key driver of success. Perhaps this is simply because consistency builds trust among consumers, and consumers are more likely to engage with brands they trust.
BrandQuantum founder Paula Sartini says that for consumers to trust a brand, visual consistency is key: how the brand looks, what it says and what it does are the three fundamental elements which build consistency. As such, most branding agencies focus predominantly on the visual aspect of brand consistency.
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