Some of our clients include:
All Hands on Waste
In 2009 the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality won the Department’s Cleanest Town Competition and invested the prize money back into the community in the form of this extensive All Hands on Waste, waste education drive. After the successful launch of the All Hands on Waste Project in April 2010, the project went from strength to strength targeting schools, taxi ranks, community halls, libraries, clinics and other public amenities about the importance of good waste management practices. Reputation Matters assisted with communciation and media liaison services, and also entered the project into the 2011 Mail & Guardian Greeng the Future Awards, where the project won first prize in their category.
Reputation Matters helped to generate media for their Green Building Conference and Exhibition that took place in Sandton in July 2011.
Argon Asset Management
Argon Asset Management is a young black owned and controlled up and coming company that has made inroads into the asset management industry. We provide them with a media relations’ service.
Biking for Breast Health
Reputation Matters was responsible for the project and media management for the engagement. Thirteen ladies affected by breast cancer rode on motorbikes from Cape Town to Johannesburg to create awareness of breast health issues. We assisted the BHF to reach in excess of 2 million people with the communication campaign.
Central Johannesburg College
In 2006, the Central Johannesburg College (CJC) Job Fair was launched. Reputation Matters was engaged in assisting with the management of the media. Reputation Matters continues to provide CJC with a media liaison service. View website >
The FlyCastaway team are specialist guides in FlyFishing. They provide individuals and companies with the unique opportunity to experience the full range of fly-fishing. We have organised and project managed their end of season function since 2006. View website >
Hughes Network Services
Since 2007, Reputation Matters has assisted HNS with their exhibition stand at the SATCOM conference. We were also responsible for generating media interest and setting up journalist interviews for the company during the exhibition. View website >
Journey of Hope
The Journey of Hope is a non-profit organisation that has been established to educate people about the importance of early detection of breast cancer and to dispel some of the myths around breast cancer. Reputation Matters has been appointed as the project and media managers for the 2011 Ride.
Peninsula Beverage Company
The home of Coca-Cola in the Western and Northern Cape – Reputation Matters works closely with the Corporate Social Investment department to profile the projects in local community media.
Responsible Packaging Management Association of Southern Africa (RPMASA)
RPMASA is the Responsible Packaging Management Association of Southern Africa, a Section 21 company not for gain and registered NPO. The RPMASA is the leading Southern African organisation for all in the value chain of Industrial Packaging and has links to various International Organisations. Reputation Matters manages the media for the RPMASA.
SpesNet is a network of specialist medical practitioners. Based in Centurion, SpesNet’s membership base comprises of doctors and pharmacists from around the country. We were responsible for organising their national educational campaigns which took the form of a number of road shows. View website >