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At Brandright we're a team of Marketing specialists that are serious about building businesses that thrive in tough markets. In 5 years, we’ve grown 50+ businesses in various sectors and helped identify their business goals and ambitions using Marketing Tools that’s helped launch and relaunched businesses.

Let's get real - SMEs drive the South African economy, essential to job creation and our country's future but they receive little to no support, especially when it comes to Marketing. Brandright was started to change all this by offering marketing fundamentals to SMEs and start-ups seeking sustainable and profitable growth

We love to see South African businesses thrive and believe a strong brand plays a vital role to a successful business. How your brand is positioned against competitors, how it communicates with customers and actively engages with the right target market, makes all the difference. Brandright was founded to launch, enhance or re-invent your business with essential marketing strategies and considered business assets, enabling you to sell more, earn more and grow.

We offer a 16- week intensive program that is considered as a Marketing starter pack that is all inclusive of marketing essentials to get your business going. This is a tried and tested program that gives you value for money and reduces your investment risk, while providing you with everything you need to take your business to the next level. Our short-term program sets you up for long term sustainable success.

What is it? We have two products: New Brand and Rebrand. New Brand Gives Start-ups everything they need to build their brand and take on the world. Rebrand gives SMEs the flex they need to stay relevant and grow with a brand refresh or rebrand.

We understand that starting a business and building its brand is no easy task. We're here to help YOU turn your business ambitions into reality.


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