POPAI SOUTH AFRICA
ASSOCIATIONS SOUTH AFRICA
In a glamorous event held at the Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton on 24 October, eight Point of Purchase (POP) manufacturing companies walked away with gold in the 2013 POPAI SA Awards.
The POPAI Awards 2013, sponsored by ZaPOP is now open for entries at popai.co.za. The only awards for the display industry in South Africa is looking to build on the successes of the last two years and recognise excellence in POP in an extended range of 18 categories.
POPAI South Africa has just announced a key sponsorship deal with instore marketing specialists, ZaPOP, allowing it to launch an exciting 2013 event line-up.
The winners of this year’s POPAI Awards for excellence in marketing at retail were announced and celebrated in a glamorous event on Thursday 1 November at the Holiday Inn in Sandton, Johannesburg.
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