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South Africa: Dermalogica Tribal Gathering 2018

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During the month of February 2018, MKTG hosted three events in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban for Dermalogica South Africa to treat their therapists and stockists as the widely recognised skin care brand launched their first half year strategy of 2018.

The successful events were structured to ensure that therapists and stockists were shown some love and appreciation from the Dermalogica brand – whilst building their brand loyalty and trust for the year ahead.

The presentations also featured two product launches – and skilled trainers took all present through the new product features, ingredients and other information critical for them to sell these to their clients and consumers alike.

In addition to this, two brand new Hyundai i10s were given away to two top consultants from the 2017 Tribal Hustle – which saw therapists also win cash vouchers, big screen TV’s, iPhones and luxury fragrances.  The keys to these two incredible vehicles were presented to overwhelming applause from the crowd.






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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

March 22nd, 2018 at 1:59 pm

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MKTGives: South Africa

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In a combined effort – the Johannesburg teams of MKTG and ISOBAR setup a blanket and old clothing collection drive in the offices over the months of June and July.  Collecting over 5 shopping trolleys worth of donations from their generous colleagues – the teams selected The Refilwe Community Project – based in Lanseria Gauteng – as the worth recipients.

Founded in 1991 to assist and help meet the needs of the poor people within the area – they have since established a primary health care clinic which incorporated home based care and tuberculosis management programmes, a hospice, a school and a shelter for abandoned children. This was done with the help of numerous sponsors and donors.

Refilwe has developed a strong focus on child care, community care and skills development since 2005.

Today the Refilwe Community is a multi-focused registered Non-Profit and Public Benefit Organisation serving many of the communities in Lanseria.

The team travelled through to deliver the items, and met with Kate Jacobs – COO of Refilwe.  Kate took the team on a tour of the facilities and explained more of about the centre itself and their daily needs and requirements.   Kate explained “We have been doing a blanket drive again this winter (we do these every 2-3 years as we do expect people to be able to hold on to blankets for a least a year!) and have so far been able to give blankets to all of our foster families and about half of the students attending our community aftercare center – yours will go towards the remaining community students. Nearly all of these children live in shacks neighboring our property and our area is extremely cold in the winter due to the river running through the property!


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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

September 8th, 2017 at 10:39 am