Sep 7, 2016

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CoMission: Portishead Reworked

This should be really good! Book now to avoid disappointment 😉

CoMission - Portishead ReWorked

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Jul 22, 2015

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Join Fashion Flavours & Art as we celebrate the richness of life in support of the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA)

After the success of last year’s inaugural event, Ambienz Bespoke Concierge is once again celebrating an evening of Fashion Flavours & Art on Saturday, 8 August 2015.

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May 23, 2014

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Solar Roads for South Africa

Imagine roads that don’t need painted lines. Imagine roads that generates electricity (this is already blowing my mind). Imagine that you only have to replace small sections if it becomes defective or breaks.

Welcome to solar roads

This is one genius invention in my opinion. We have so much sun, and roads in South Africa that this would be the perfect way to mitigate energy concerns.

Only problem? Tenders… Just hearing that word makes me cringe about how much money is being wasted away in our government.

I wonder how long it’ll be until a large oil conglomerate buys the patents and shelves it for the foreseeable future…

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May 22, 2014

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Are bloggers the new trend setters?

It’s funny how being in the digital industry has opened my eyes to what’s possible in the realm of blogging. Bloggers are increasingly more influential as they focus on new niches in the industry and it can only benefit the  consumer.

Why are bloggers trend setters?

  • They can build up a following in certain niche markets.
  • Good content matters to advertisers as it creates better context for influential advertising/recommendation.
  • Product reviews have more influence as bloggers are more ‘accessible’ (normal people) and this type of content is seen as friends’ recommendations.
  • Bloggers (hopefully) give you their honest opinion / reviews about products and services.
  • Bloggers are connected to the ‘guy/girl in the street’
  • Bloggers get access to new products and services ahead of anyone else (as they build up reputation). This loop amplifies as they grow their following / traffic and get invited to more activation events. It creates exclusivity that increases readership.
  • They write not because they have to, but because they want to. While this is an idealist’s view, I think it’s true for most high profile bloggers out there.

 

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Dec 5, 2012

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Grand Opening of DUTCH pop-up shop in Cape Town

From 8 – 15 December they will be showcasing and selling a selection of fine Dutch design in DUTCH pop-up shop, a temporary shop built in the courtyard of the Salt Circle Arcade in Woodstock. This Friday evening, DUTCH will open its doors with music, drinks and a 10% discount on all products by Cowboysbag, Droog, Fromanteel, Cravatta Pelliano, Artists Not Armies and POM Amsterdam.

To put even more grand in Grand Opening, the whole Salt Circle Arcade will go Dutch: all traders will stay open, will put specials on their menu and give a 10% discount on their collections. Please see below the list of participating traders.

So do join them! From 5 pm onwards, DJ KIM WOOD will start playing the tunes, Heineken beers will be popping and a love affair with Verlieft wines will begin (not to mention the love affair with our lust worthy products of course, all designed and imported from The Netherlands).

Full details on the flyer here.

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