KZN Top Business Awards - Highlighting Achievements
KZN Top Business Awards - Highlighting Achievements

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KZN Top Business Awards - Highlighting Achievements


Effective communication is an essential part of every business and directly affects the amount of success a company or organisation achieves. The KwaZulu-Natal Top Business has established itself as a leading full service communications and marketing management company.

Through the KZN Top Business website, hard copy book and ebook, as well as the use of social media, the KZN Top Business Portfolio consistently brands KwaZulu-Natal as being associated with success.

The various communication tools utilised ensure that an integrated and dynamic approach to marketing and branding is optimised. In keeping with the aim of investment promotion, the major goal of the KwaZulu-Natal Top Business Portfolio, which is now 18 years old, is to highlight the many achievements that are evident in the organisations and businesses operating in the province. This year, some of the leaders in KZN are profiled in order to give a more human face to the publication and acknowledge each of their contributions to the regional economy

Each year a different cover design is selected for the handbook. In the spirit of innovation and a new look in the page design, a graffiti style was chosen in 2016.

The design was painted by Damn Vandal aka Shaun Oates, one of the most sought after artists in South Africa’s graffiti community. A Durban-based multidisciplinary artist, Damn Vandal, has been painting bright and bold artwork for over twelve years.

The artwork was auctioned for charity at the Gala Dinner. The hammer fell on a fantastic R17 000, which went to Rosario Sarno, managing director at the Mediterranean Shipping Company.

The proceeds of the auction went to Likhon Ithemba, which is a registered not-for-profit organisation meaning ‘There is Hope’. The main focus area is HOLAH, which provides a safe, loving home for the many abandoned babies in KZN.

Formerly known as the Durban North Baby House, the safe-haven provides for babies that have either been abandoned, orphaned, given up for adoption or removed from their parents’ care. A maximum of six babies can be taken in at any one time to ensure that each child is given the attention and care that they deserve. In addition to these high levels of care, their dedication to finding each individual child a â€˜family’ sets the home apart from others.

KZN Top Business Awards - Highlighting Achievements

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