Cape Town, South Africa, September 08, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Cape Town based Tentickle Bedouin Tents South Africa has been awarded official Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Certification by the Black Economic Empowerment verification company Grant Thornton Verification Services. Tentickle Bedouin Tents was awarded a very rare BEE mark of 110% on the 29th of August 2012. The certification covers all elements of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment and includes ownership, management control, employment equity, skills development, procurement and socio economic development. Marco Slunder the managing director of Tentickle South Africa had this to say about the latest B-BBEE certification:
“As a South African company we believe that it is imperative that we do business and run our business in a way that includes all walks of South African life. It is with great honour that we receive our Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment certification recognition of 110%. Tentickle Bedouin Tents Manufacturing strives at all times to bring people together not only with the special events tents that we manufacture, but also in the way that we do business with both local and international clients.”
He also went on to praise both his staff and management for putting in the effort to make Tentickle South Africa the successful Bedouin Tent Manufacturer that it is today.
This Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Certification comes hot on the heels of the announcement that Tentickle has launched one of the worlds first flame retardant stretch tent fabrics into the local South African and international events tents market.
Tentickle Bedouin Tents South Africa is based in Cape Town, South Africa and has a network of Bedouin tent distributors across the globe in Africa, Europe, Australasia, South America and Eastern Europe.
Press release submitted by Justin Atkins at WSI, Cape Town on behalf of Tentickle Bedouin Tents South Africa. For more PR information, please call WSI Web Marketing Cape Town on 021-913 4382.