Updated: Nov 15, 2020
Grant Adlam is currently the driving force behind KwaZulu-Natal Top Business and has been in the marketing and publishing sector for over 35 years. Much of this time has been involved in promoting the businesses, brands and people of the Province of KwaZulu-Natal.
“Being born in Pietermaritzburg ensures that this is province that I am passionate about seeing succeed,” says Adlam. “As an influencer in the business environment, my team and I create content or co-create customer focused content to support brands, endorse products and services with the intent to increase brand awareness and drive sales.
Influencing is about connecting brands with people and we use a variety of media platforms to communicate including print, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and Vimeo.
KZN Top Business has several products that share business insight and company information. The current multimedia initiatives include KZN Business Sense, KZN Top Business Portfolio, KZN Leaders, and KZN Top Business Women.
The “Coffee with Grant” series offer informal discussions with leading businesspeople about their products and services. These interviews are posted on the youtube account (www.youtube.com/c/KZNTopBusiness).
Written articles that support the video content are available in Business Sense and on our social media platforms. Follow the QR links at the end of each article to watch the video.
In collaboration with Roshan Morar, chairman of Morar Incorporated and David White CEO of DRG Outsourcing, KZN Top Business recently hosted a highly successful business leaders’ webinar “Business Leadership Shaping the Future”. (www.facebook.com/MorarInc/videos/654060538645353)
We look forward to our next leaders’ webinar, details of which will be posted shortly.
If you would like to have an interview through our video series “Coffee with Grant” or become an editorial partner in KZN Business Sense, your first step is to call Tracy at our office on +27 (0)31 701 1445 or better still email her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Let’s set the appointment up to have a chat. This can be through Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp or even an old fashioned phone call, but let’s have that conversation, ‘ concluded Adlam.