Full Stop Communications

Full Stop Communications

We are dedicated to understanding our clients’ needs and, as a result, our business has grown solely through word-of-mouth recommendation.

Our business has a single aim: to help our clients achieve their objectives through intelligently planned and sustained media exposure. Our aim is to position our clients in their unique markets and to tell their stories.

In an industry that can be both fickle and unpredictable – but one that remains one of the most powerful ways to promote your brand – the key to our success is our ability to build relationships with both clients and the media.

Our team drives regional and national media campaigns for clients in the Eastern Cape and further afield.

Services include the following:

  • Media
  • Media monitoring
  • Copywriting
  • SEO copywriting
  • Ghostwriting
  • Editing
  • Translation
  • Corporate identity
  • Advertising
  • Graphic design
  • Photography
  • Events management

Full Stop Communications offers a wide range of communication services, backed by a team of experienced professionals.

The company draws on the expertise of a pool of copywriters, graphic designers and photographers to guarantee that clients have access to the best in the communication business.

The team is highly motivated, enthusiastic and creative, ensuring clients of excellent service and a top-notch product.

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