Determined to succeed


Western Cape promotions company owner awarded Emerging Business Entrepreneur of the Year® award

Tabisa Nomnganga of Bravo Promotions was awarded the 2012 Emerging Business Entrepreneur of the Year® title in the annual Sanlam / Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year® Competition.

Tabisa claimed the title over three other worthy finalists in the 2012 Emerging Business Entrepreneur of the Year® category, which celebrates entrepreneurs who have been in business for less than three years.

According to Tabisa, this award proves that through determination and hard work, small businesses can overcome the many obstacles that they face during the initial stages of starting a business.

Established in November 2009, Bravo Promotions is a vibrant and energetic marketing and communications agency that sets itself apart by specialising in the design and implementation of branded entertainment communication strategies and campaigns. Targeted campaigns focus on exposing their client’s brand to potential customers through dance and theatre performances, thereby ensuring that not only are the brand and products are acknowledged, but that they are remembered.

The company’s unique approach to marketing provides a platform for brands to interact and connect with their target audience in a manner which traditional media is unable to provide. “The key principle of the business is brand engagement and this is achieved by building exciting, relevant and meaningful dialogues between a brand and its customers,” says Tabisa.

According to Kobus Engelbrecht, a member of the 2012 Sanlam / Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year ® judging panel, Tabisa impressed the judges with her ability to recognise an opportunity and turn that into a profitable business. “She is providing an innovative new marketing channel for major brands to reach their target market.”

For more information on Bravo Promotions, please visit their website

One comment

  1. yolelwa
    11 September 2012 at 2:18 pm

    Dear Sir

    Can I get a coach on farming business.

    We have a family owned farm we want to develop it and our target is to supply Spar and other supermarkets in the area ( Sisonke, KZN)

    I have sent a request to NYDA/Ithala and enquired from NEF and other financial institutions but we dont seem to be successful.

    Can e get a coach on converting our farm intoa successful supplier/ business.

    I will greatly appreciate if I get a coach on how to make thsi possible.



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