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Brabys launches exciting new marketing site

Marketers take note - a hot new site is in our midst, featuring all sorts of brand-ready items and promotional ideas, fresh from the Brabys Media Holdings stable.
The corporate gifts division of the Group – Supreme Gifts & Ideas – has been working on a state-of-the-art online platform to showcase their extensive offering.

“The website is the culmination of in-depth industry knowledge, researching trends of the trade as well as related websites and not least of all, adhering to our clients’ preferences and needs,” says Unit Manager, Michelle Laubscher.

“We have for instance opted not to include an online ordering option. Due to the complex nature of branded items, we prefer to deal directly with our clients, to ensure no amount of detail is neglected. Dealing directly with you allows us to better assess your needs in order to advise and assist you accordingly,” Michelle adds.

What does have to offer?

Users can look forward to features such as Supreme’s market recommendations, a category breakdown, Cool & Trendy products as well as thousands of gifts and apparel in a user-friendly Flipbook format.

Their new site, available at gives users access to quick turnaround and product sourcing capacity, backed by the unmatched combination of their long-established business pedigree and hard-won industry experience.

The Supreme Gifts offering is strengthened tremendously through their Brabys membership – giving them access to sophisticated resources that other gifts houses struggle to match.

Carrying the Brabys name with pride

Supreme Gifts & Ideas forms part of Brabys’ wide-ranging marketing operations, bringing promotional solutions to not just the industry leaders, but also offering a broad range of options for the southern African SME market.

Established in 1904, Brabys remains one of SA’s best known brands. Their full-fledged group of brands specialise in the respective arenas of electronic and printed media, ensuring that whatever clients’ communication and advertising needs may be, the solution is found under one roof.

The Brabys offering include online advertising and electronic media under the ensign of Ananzi (, directory advertising with A.C. Braby ( and promotional calendars and diaries under the banner of Associated Industries (

The new Supreme Gifts website was developed by Group online guru Ananzi, who likewise offers comprehensive online facility management and marketing to outside parties.

Readers can visit the website on

A.C. Braby (Pty) Ltd is the largest and longest established specialist business directory publisher in Southern Africa having been in continuous operation for 103 years.
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