Bliss Brands uplifts entrepreneurs and artisans

MAQ Hand Painted Drums (640x640)For the recent Spar inland Tradeshow, Bliss Brands commissioned two local artisans, Lucky Mbatha from Soweto and Prince Kalake from Vereeniging, to create unique décor elements for their stand. Bliss Brands is a Proudly South African company and to celebrate this, they showcased their products in a way that expressed the diversity of our country.

Part of the Bliss Brands’ ethos is to give back to its beautiful country, and they are doing so through the upliftment of entrepreneurs and artisans.  The Spar Trade show is abi-annual event that aims to showcase Spar’s preferred suppliers and sees hundreds of trade representatives sampling new products and acquiring information on new services. It was the perfect platform for showcasing the talent of local entrepreneurs.

Bliss Brands presented all its products in a themed Proudly South African stand which drew many curious visitors to its floor. The stand was a positive representation ofSouth Africa and included one-of-a-kind hand painted metal drums by Prince, as well as handmade tables and chairs designed by Lucky. The stand was further enhanced by a taxi and a display of spray painted cartoons showcasing Mama MAQ, MAQaMOVIE judges and finalists as well as Bliss Brands products.

Jacqueline Jacobs, Sales and Marketing Director of Bliss Brands said: “At Bliss brands we encourage job creation, we believe in upliftment and we believe in the people of South Africa. We are very fortunate to be blessed with a tremendous pool of talent in this country. Our team, together with Lucky and Prince, worked very hard in the creation of our stand. Their brilliance shone and really stood out, so much so that we received the prize for Best Stand.”