The Photo Shop activation at the Neighbourgoods in Braamfontein

The Photo Shop activation at the Neighbourgoods in Braamfontein

Photo Shop is more branded than ever – whatever the clients are happy about is the way things are done at the Photo Shop.

Though activation has been around in some form for decades under different names, it has largely failed to explain itself to a public that defines “advertising” as a TV/digital video spots and out-of-home work like giant, can’t-miss-’em billboards.

The Photo Shop’s approach is less aggressive but efficective because of the strategy behind the initiative.

The Photo Shop is a location store for braamfontein and parktown communities as described by the founder, Prince Eno Bassey.

He is a an award winning Nigerian photographer and film maker whose profession has also become his life’s passion.

For more information you can visit their website or call 011 056 9665

Prince Eno Bassey

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