Green Room

Who are we ?

Ideas | Passion | Innovation | Growth

Green Room Design & Communication is a Port Elizabeth based agency that offers tailored services to a wide range of local and national clients. Established since 1999, we have years of experience and expertise to help you and your company achieve your goals.

We are a small, yet vibrant, diverse, and highly qualified team who are able to offer you creative design and media communication, marketing and advertising solutions. Our friendly staff will work hard to help get your project delivered in the quickest and most efficient way possible.

Whether you’re a well-established corporate company or a local start-up, let us help your ideas grow.

What we do

All ideas start small and need a little help to grow. Let us be the water to your budding idea with our tailored services and expert advice:

PUBLIC RELATIONS

º Media Releases
º Press Releases
º Crisis Management
º Scriptwriting
º Copywriting
º Newsletters
º Advertisements
º Brochures
º Branding

VIDEOGRAPHY

º Filming
º Editing
º Company Profile Videos
º Video Presentations
º Event Videos
º Voice-overs
º 360 Degree Virtual Tours

ANIMATION

º Creative 2D animations
º 3D Rendering
º Interactive Media Design

EVENT MANAGEMENT

º Conferences
º Exhibitions
º Award Ceremony
º Stakeholder Events
º Team Building Workshops
º Family Days
º Product Launches
º Internal Company Events

PHOTOGRAPHY

º Events Photography
º Portrait Photography
º Product Photography
º Environment Photography

DESIGN

º Graphic Design
º Brand Management
º Corporate Identity Guides
º Website Design and Development
º Signage
º Logo Design and Development
º Brochures and Flyers
º Brand Manuals and Brand Tools
º Web Design and Development
º Desktop Publishing

SOCIAL MEDIA

º Content Creation
º Community Management
º Social Media Reporting
º Social Media Monitoring
º Specialized Campaigns and Competitions

NEED IDEAS ?

Let us grow your idea with our tailored services and expert advice

WHAT HAVE WE DONE ?

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