Roger Crawford from Johnson & Johnson, one of our clients, received a Lifetime Achiever Award by the South African Burn Society this month. He received this award for his leading role in establishing the Johnson & Johnson Burn Treatment Centre at the Chris Hani Academic Hospital, Soweto in 1991.  He has been the driving force behind the ongoing support the company has provided to the unit ever since. Quo Vadis joins the many who salute Roger for this pioneering work of his and congratulates him warmly.



"I would certainly recommend the workshop to others. It made me look at my stakeholders from a number of new angles and it will help improve my existing strategy," said Thebe Phoko from Nedbank Capital at the end of his one-on-one workshop on Stakeholder Relations with QVC.

Contact us to organise your one-on-one workshop. We also conduct the workshop in-house enabling your entire team to participate in forming your Stakeholder Charter and plan.


 

Who we are

Attention to detail and being perfectly attuned to each client’s needs – this best describes the drive behind the small niched company that is Quo Vadis Communications (QVC).

Established as a specialist communications entity in 1996 by the Executive Chairperson, Theo Coggin, the company prides itself on providing first-rate service to all its clients – small organisations and blue-chip alike. With over 100 years’ combined marketing communications experience amongst its creative staff, the company is able to dip into a vast pool of knowledge.

Whether it’s writing, editing, proofreading, media relations, training or other aspects of marketing communications, a host of clients have had the satisfying experience of having their exact needs met. Quo Vadis’ services are centred and focused entirely on the client to such an extent that the whole team at some point or other provides input on different client initiatives. Tailor-made solutions to a wide range of communications needs – that’s what has earned Quo Vadis its reputation. It’s no wonder then that South Africa’s former doyen of marketing, the late Dr Ivan May had this to say about Quo Vadis:

“Having worked with Quo Vadis for many years, I can safely say that there are three hallmarks of their product: 1) Professionalism and quality, 2) Quality and professionalism and 3) Professionalism and quality.”

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