CapeTalk Small Business Awards

Kingdom Agency works remotely to reduce costs indirectly incurred by clients

Kingdom Agency is one of the finalists in 2017 Sage Small Business Awards with CapeTalk.

Kingdom is an insight, strategy and creative agency with a difference; building brands and businesses through a full service communications and business solutions offering, centered on a triple-win philosophy: Good Message for the brand, Good message for the Audience and a good message for everyone (greater good).

Herman Wallis co-owns Kingdom agency with business partner, Donna Matthews.

Wallis says one of the things that makes them unique is the ability to work remotely. He says they are trying to do things differently by conforming less to the norms of the advertising industry.

Working remotely has an effect for the costs of the client so they don't pay for the big building on Bree street and overhead.

Herman Wallis, co-owner, Kingdom Agency

We have a responsibility to positively influence what we put out there with our messaging.

Herman Wallis, co-owner, Kingdom Agency

As marketers, we believe we have a responsibility to be mindful of the type of messaging we put into the world says Wallis. He explains that this helps shapes society, affecting everyone, and therefore striving to build a better world together.

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