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Marketing, branding and design has never looked better what's on offer from Sage One Small Business Awards nominee Lilac Design Studio.

Lilac Design Studio is a design company that offers various tailor-made packages to improve your brand and market your business.

Tasneem Sayed is the owner of Lilac Design Studio, a business that helps small to medium sized companies grow and expand their business with branding and marketing.

Lilac Design Studio has been nominated by Muhammed Ali Rahiman.

Rahiman says he approached Lilac Design Studio to design a logo and signage for his enterprise.

He says they setup a logo which could be used for tutor certification and even went as far as setting up a Facebook page for his company.

Rahiman says every time he looks at the sign it leaves him feeling a little warmer inside.

The company was formed in 2013.

Lilac Design Studio helped design marketing materials for a special fund raising for Mother’s Day High Tea in May 2015, where all proceeds were donated to war-torn countries.

Scroll downt to listen to Xolani Gwala who spoke to Sayed about her nomination:


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