THE SHOW MUST GO ONLINE CWDi introduces an innovative virtual events solution Submission Details
Author: Tebogo Makola from The Lime Envelope.
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On Behalf Of: CWDi
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CWDi is an award-winning brand agency, specialising in brand experiences that connect people. The company has its roots in collaboration and entrepreneurship, with Colourworks and Designers Ink merging in 2019 to form one creative powerhouse, dedicated to solving business challenges with creative solutions.
CWDi is 52% black women owned company that operates from offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg, working with clients throughout Africa and across the globe. United in the common goal of bringing big ideas to life, the organisation is able to do more together than ever before, delivering quality work that is bold, courageous and creative.
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