our strategic vuma partners allow us to offer broader reputation management solutions, resources and expertise to our clients
The 30% club was started in the UK as a response to the Lord Davies report on gender diversity in the corporate world, which called for a 30% representation of women on the boards of companies.
Vuma Reputation Management is proud to be an associate member of the 30% club Southern Africa. The 30% Club Southern Africa is run by Business Engage, the founders of the Gender Mainstreaming Awards and are authors of the Best Practices in Gender Mainstreamingfind out more
Ethics Monitoring & Management Services focuses on improving ethics in the workplace
Ethics Monitoring & Management Services promotes the proactive management of workplace ethics and encourages the regular measurement and monitoring of these ethics.find out more
Timothy Maurice Webster is the author of three brand leadership books and a columnist who consults and speaks on the intersection of three key leadership pillars – values formation, style manifestation and brand position
Timothy’s background in branding, design and psychology is inspired by his graduate studies at the Image Institute and his undergraduate work at Brookstone College in the United States. His leadership ideas encourage dialogue and asks his stakeholders (readers, clients) to go to the outskirts of their consciousness in order to consider new scope for their personal and organisational brands.find out more
Branding-Institute is the first global think tank in reputation and brand management
Reputation and brand management have significant impact on the overall sustainable business success of every organisation. As the first global think tank in this sector, the Branding-Institute is committed contributing to further professionalisation of stakeholder-guided brand and reputation management in business, research and education.find out more
Ask Afrika is the largest independent South African market research company with fieldwork capabilities in 95% of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Vuma’s research partner Ask Afrika prides itself on local relevance, and continuously benchmarks its work in a global context. Ask Afrika fuses art and science in perfect unity, crafting solutions to enable credible conversations about the challenges in today’s dynamic business environment.
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SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) is the professional body for HR practitioners in South Africa, as well as a quality assurance body for HR learning provision.
SABPP is recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), which has provided accreditation for the media training and workshops offered by the Vuma Training Academy.
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