And just like that we are in to the third month of 2017, not leaving us much of a chance to capture all our hard work from the year gone by. In case you missed any of it, here are some of the highlights from our 2016 year:
54sqm BARD Exhibition Stand at the 34th World Congress of Endourology and SWL (WCE, 2016) held in Cape Town
“Now that the dust has settled I would to thank you & your team for putting together a very professional booth for us at the WCE.” Brendan Marshall, Business Unit Manager – BMD & BBS
“Just a big thank you from me too! The stand was perfect and looked really top professional – we most definitely made a statement.” Zandre van der Schyff, Business Unit Director – Prostate Brachytherapy & Bard Care
Flora wins Gold for the most innovative stand and Silver for the best custom stand at The Good Food and Wine Show in Cape Town.
54sqm CCG Systems Exhibition Stand at the Institute of Municipal Finance Officers Annual Conference (IMFO 2016) held in Durban. The CCG Exhibition Stand won a Gold award for best exhibition stand.
“Hi Kylie, thank you. We couldn’t have done it without you” Edeline Musadziruma, Business Development Administrator
Shades of Green had a few of their own highlights too:
Christmas came early for our Director Kylie and her family with the birth of their first born child in December.
Our lovely Nicole got engaged to her gorgeous fiancé in Thailand.
Shades of Green settled into a new home in the leafy suburbs of Hillcrest. We are now settled and looking forward to having friends of the industry stop in for coffee.
We released our new branding at the end of 2016 and will be rolling it out in the first half of this year. We hope you love our new logo as much as we do.
For more images of our 2016 year please view our Gallery.
2016 was an amazing year and we are so looking forward to the year ahead as our calendar is lining up with great things. We wish everyone a prosperous 2017 and hope to touch base with you soon.
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brightFuture, a sustainable living campaign launched globally by Unilever focusses on challenges facing the world today. June 2015, saw Unilever South Africa launching the “The Way Kids See It”, looking to the future through the eyes of children with a positive outlook.
Shades of Green partnered with Verve Marketing and Communications (the creatives behind the activation) to produce and project manage the infrastructure of the campaign. We created a fun environment in various malls for Moms and children, to raise awareness about climate change.
The interactive space was made up of a 1 minute walk through an indigenous tree path bringing to the forefront the reality of deforestation. The signs leading up to the activation told a story of how many trees are cut down every minute in a tangible association to rugby fields. At the end of the path Moms and Children were met by promoters who showed the parents how to “tweet for a tree” on the iPads, while the children placed their thumbprint on a bare tree wall symbolising their pledge for a brighter future (allowing the tree to bloom over the days). A provoking multi-media presentation (Farewell to the Forest – a film by Unilever) was played on a video wall and carried the message that a tree might be safer in the city than in the forests. As a reward for participating in the activation and to ignite a sense of taking climate action, Moms were given a card made of seed paper (indigenous flowers) that could be planted at home.
Aligning with our company philosophy, we were delighted to be involved in a project that not only required our expertise in producing and project managing an exhibition stand but also with applying our green stamp.
The Unilever brightFuture mall activations took place at Sandton City in Johannesburg, at Gateway in Durban and Tygervalley mall in Cape Town. Check out the Gallery…
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