The Brand Central team attended Markex in JHB this year to check out whats new and happening in the promotional products industry. We visited many new and existing suppliers and most of them had awesome new ideas and products that we can now offer to you. From gifting to corporate clothing, new banner ideas and much more. Now all available to you under one roof. To see more of what we're up to like our facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/brandcentraldesign
Brand Central put together the artwork for the Hairtools ghd stand at this years Royal Show.
The Show runs from this past Friday the 24th May through to this coming Sunday the 2nd June, and it’s been going really well so far.
Hairtools have great deals on ghd and and awesome online purchasing promo.
If you’re at the show then check them out and if not check out the website: www.hairtools.co.za or thier facebook page
Good luck Hairtools!
Brand Central just supplied some cool branded power banks to the guys over at Geek Patrol.
They will be used as prizes.
Sika South Africa, one of our regular design clients asked us to design new pull up banners for use at trade shows and conferences. Our design team took on the challenge and created banners with crisp imagery and to-the-point text, letting Sika get the idea across and show what they are capable of! Once approved the banners were printed and are now ready for use.
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In February, Brand Central branded this brand new Aveo for our client CompliMed (gap cover specialists). 5-7year Coloured cut out vinyl was used on the body and full colour printed contravision on the back window.
CompliMed are expanding into the Western Cape and this branded vehicle will be the chariot that carries their new Western Cape Executive Consultant.
This vehicle is sure to attract some attention on the roads!
I am not a salesman, but I've had some training and my current position requires some selling skills. So if there is one thing I have learned about sales -it's 'confidence sells'.
I had a perfect example of this the other day at Gateway Shopping Centre. I have neck trouble and have been checking out the Tempur pillow as an option to combat this. After looking at their site, downloading a R250 voucher, and seeing the only shop they have in KZN is in Gateway, my wife and I went to have a look and get advise. We knew they were not going to be cheap, but hey can you put a price on a good nights sleep and vertabrae correction?!
When we got to the shop there was one salesman and quite frankly the guy didn't seem to have any training or product knowledge (and all they sell in the shop is their 'unique' pressure sensitive latex beds and pillows). He actually informed us of the knock offs next door at the Glo-Mail shop, as we didn't even know there were any before. The tempur pillow was R 1500 and the imitation was R349. Guess which one I bought.
I know it's not the same and probably won't last nearly as long, but the salesman at Tempur gave me no reason to choose his product over the one that was a quarter of the price. Guaranteed that store could be making a lot more money if they spent more time on training and staff development. And to add to this when I filled out my details for the voucher, I was advised that a consultant from the Gateway store would get hold of me and I am still waiting. Comfort-Pedic pillow seems to be doing the job. Thanks for saving me some money Mr Salesman.