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Welcome to a morning of Brandfullness
– A strategic roadmap for your brand

 

Building strong brands and develop strong concepts is done through a long-term and consistent work, where quality is more important than quantity. Investing time to think and work through your brand will let you meet the competition long before it meets you.

Even in the smallest social media post your brand is communicated – in the message, the video, the hashtag, the concept. To be tactical and cease new opportunities can only be done if you know what you want with your brand and have a solid base for your marketing communication. We want to take you on a brand journey with tips on how to create a stronger brand communication.

To see the common thread through the marketing communication – that is mindfulness for marketing and communications people or what we call Brandfullness.

We will share tips, models, case examples and insights from our work with creating communication platforms and integrated campaigns for international clients and brands.

Be there, get inspired and start your day off with Brandfullness. Welcome.

Where: Quality Hotel The Mill, Amiralsgatan 19, 21155 Malmö
When: 07:00 – 08:30, February 7

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Celebrating 10 years of supporting the Children’s Home in Kenya

Now the annual calendar for Phyllis Memorial Children’s Home and Academy is finished and shipped off to their Swedish support organisation Kampi Ya Motos Barn, hopefully creating a rush to the store. The calendar is sold for the benefit of raising money for the Children’s Home in Kenya.

This year we are celebrating our 10th year of supporting the Children’s Home in Kenya. The work with the calendar is part of our CSR work where we design and print the annual calendar as well as all Kampi Ya Moto’s marketing material pro bono. All the revenue from the calendrers goes directly to the children’s home. Read more about our work here

The Phyllis Memorial Children’s home is based in Kenya, in the village of Kampi Ya Moto, which is Swahili for “The village in the Sun”. They care for 59 orphan children, in ages ranging from pre-school up to high school, with different backgrounds. Some have been living on the streets, others with relatives, but all of them have had a very tough start in life. As well as providing a loving home, Phyllis Memorial also provides education for both its own pupils and children from the local villages.

When Ruth, the manager of the Children’s home aka the children’s “aunt”, visited Sweden, and Malmö, for the first time, she and her colleagues from Kampi Ya Motos Barn stopped by our office to give us an insight into the daily life of the children and how the home has developed over the years which we are truly grateful of the opportunity to contribute to contribute to this.

For more information about Kampi ya Motos Barn and how you can support Phyllis Memorial Children’s Home and Academy, visit kampiyamotosbarn.se.

We are happy to make a difference – From Malmö to Kenya!