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This signage/printing company provides way more than you pay for - 702 listener

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2015's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

Nicky Mogorosi approached Sakiprint with a request to print a magazine for her client for a fundraising Gala Dinner during Women’s Month. She was thoroughly impressed with the service she received, which she says included the personal involvement of the team, including the owner of the business, in the whole project.

She says staff at Sakiprint helped her with the article write-ups and editorial work at no additional cost. Nicky says she was so impressed with the willingness of Sakiprint to donate their time and talent to her project over and above contract obligations.

Nicky nominated Sakiprint for this year's 702 & Sage One Small Business Awards.

Sakiprint Signs and Graphics was established in 2002 as a branding and communications company. Over the years Sakiprint has evolved to become one of the leading signage manufacturers in South Africa.

The company was founded by its current owner Sakhumzi “Saki” Mabhele, a passionate entrepreneur and result-oriented business leader.

Sakiprint produces banners, light boxes, LED signs, cut-out letters, corporate gifts, etc. They also have a section that deals with publishing and printing of magazines.

Sakiprint was part of the team that worked on the FNB stadium for the 2010 World Cup and they also did branding for the Johannesburg Development Agency.

Scroll down to listen to 702's John Robbie, who spoke to Saki Mabhele, owner of Saki Print.

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2015's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.


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