WHAT WE DO
We give you and your team three atypical workshops that enable you to re-capture your brand essence and create an updated positioning.
We work together to identify and re-energise important contact points between you and your clientele.
We then work with you to apply this new insight and verve, where it makes strategic sense, this could be in your retail space, website, or logo and identity design.
HOW IT WORKS
DAY 01 [ workshop 90 min ]
Who you are – exploring new potential in your offering and positioning.
DAY 02 [ workshop 90 min ]
Who you want to be – refining your market category and expanding your potential for growth.
DAY 03 [ workshop 90 min ]
How you are perceived – refining your positioning statement and brand identity.
DAY 04 and 05
RE- energise Contact points – We identify and spruce-up one of your important contact points, from slogan to website to logo design. We add new verve to your brand.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
Between ten and five: “Charismatic, and passionately inspired”
Sunday Times: “Meticulously selected and styled “
House and Leisure: “Green driver with a passion for sustainability”
Marie – Claire: “Stylish, in-the-know, go to person”
Sawubonae Magazine: “Brings revolution to everything he works on”
The Sunday independent : “Truly interdisciplinary”
“In a nutshell Orlando helps to free up minds, give them room to explore and strategically and professionally guides this process.”
Gizelle Williams, McDonalds Training
“He combines his strong intellect, insight and well-researched content with great story-telling, visuals, humour and theatrical style.”
Sarah Rushmere, City of Cape Town
“ To experience Orlando’s energy and wisdom in a workshop is a privilege and an experience that will truly impact your sensibilities.”
Michelle Venter Davies, Vega the brand communication school
“He is an expert at leveraging the power of the brand – both personal and corporate and is a polished, engaging and exciting speaker.”
Brian Wilkinson, GBCSA
“My plan is to invite Orlando to shake things up in my business a few times a year and I strongly recommend more businesses do the same — traditional corporations and creative organisation alike. You will not look back. He challenged me to think about my business values and approach at a fundamental level, and I plan to implement some of my learnings. Meet the man, and you will understand his pedigree.”
Desiree Gullan, Gullan and Gullan