Small photo montage of Fiona Stewart, John Tarrant, Tivoli van der Westhuizen and Chris Bennett Photo montage of Fiona Stewart, John Tarrant, Tivoli van der Westhuizen and Chris Bennett

What's in our DNA?

Marketing, branding and advertising are literally in our DNA. But what's our aim? What's our mission? Well, we help clients create stronger brands and better businesses by finding, keeping and engaging the staff or the customers they need to be successful. We've been doing it since 2010 and we like to think we do a good job. But more than that: we all enjoy what we do and therefore, we believe we do it well. And it seems that our clients do too.
 
We've looked at what it means to be a DNAer and our vision is really quite simple. We want to 'create a buzz and make good stuff happen'. It applies to our clients, ourselves and anyone we come into contact with. It's a simple statement that isn't specific but says plenty about us.
 
And like all good businesses, we have a set of values too. And we're proud that we live by them. Again, they're simple. Firstly – Do the right thing. Secondly – Never compromise on quality. And thirdly – Always bring your best self. The astute of you will realise that these really are part of our 'DNA'.
 
This is us. And we're really rather proud of that too.

Employer Branding

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How do you ensure your best people succeed and stay with you? An employee engagement strategy can save you money and make you money.

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Innovation alone can’t sustain a company; marketing matters. We can help you reach the right customers, in the right place, at the right time.

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Who we work with

300

Years’ experience as a partner to clients

100

Clients helped over the years so far

88

Net Promoter Score – surveyed May 2020

1

Vision: To create a buzz and make good stuff happen

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