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08. Dec 2017
Today our team is excited to share the news that Good Work Foundation (GWF) has been named the Regional Award Winner (Africa) at the Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards 2018, which took place in Philadelphia on 4 and 5 December. GWF also received a silver award in the ‘Arts and Humanities’ category. Both awards were in recognition of our Open Learning Academy.
03. Dec 2017
When Head of Sales and Marketing at Bidvest Office (trading as Konica Minolta South Africa), Alten Hulme, was told that they could take part in the International University Contest, he was very excited. “Out of 26 universities in 12 provinces there must be at least one entry that is world class standard. I also see this as a wonderful marketing tool for all our branches and distributors”, Hulme said. He added that there were already many of those universities who are Konica Minolta users, and...
31. Oct 2017
During the Konica Minolta European Leadership Campus, where senior executives hosted more than 1,000 retail partners from 53 countries, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe was presented with an award by Keypoint Intelligence and Buyers Lab International (BLI). The event was hosted in Berlin, Germany, for dealers and distributors from Europe and Central and Middle East Asia.
03. Oct 2017
Introducing the AccurioPress series, designed to add productivity, performance and simplicity to any production print environment. Real-time image and colour density control sensors, automatic front and back registration, hands-free in-line colour profiling and automatic colour adjustments.
29. Sep 2017
JOHANNESBURG – September 29, 2017 - In September, Konica Minolta South Africa (KMSA), a division of Bidvest Office (Pty) Ltd., and Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA), committed to plant 1810 trees in three provinces across South Africa. Trees were planted at schools, clinics and community centres in Johannesburg, Newcastle and Polokwane. Johannesburg saw the planting of 900 trees, Newcastle and Polokwane were each allocated 450 trees, which were planted at identified beneficiaries.