Be-cause works with corporates, local brands, start-ups and NGOs to generate awareness around innovative new projects, local business, sustainability, education and health to name a few key areas. We are a young, creative and dynamic communications hub – think public relations and a newsroom merged into one. Using everyday communication tools to inform you about what’s going on, where, when, why it’s happening and how is pretty much in a nutshell what we do. Staying ahead and on top of the evolving media environment is our personal mission and also what sets us apart. We live, love and breathe what we do and work with clients who feel the same way about their brands!
Merging her knowledge of and passion for news, creative writing, community development and sustainability, Beverley launched Be-cause Integrated Communications in 2012. Graduating from Rhodes University with a degree in Journalism and Political Science, she has worked as a news editor, journalist and a PR specialist on a number of multi-national and local accounts.
Kyra Frank graduated from Rhodes University with a distinction in Journalism and Media Studies before joining the Be-cause team. With a keen interest in creative writing, design and news journalism, she has taken on a range of clients across the fields of health, education and technology.
Chelsey Wilken joined Be-cause after completing her Masters in English Literature at Rhodes University. She previously graduated from Rhodes with a BA Honours in Political and International Studies and English. She has a keen interest in social justice, community engagement and feminism. Chelsey focuses on traditional media PR and content writing. She previously worked as a research assistant at the National English Literary Museum.
Temnotfo Mabuza completed her undergraduate degree at Rhodes University majoring in Journalism and Mandarin (with distinction), before joining the Be-cause team. Making use of her passion for people, puns and current affairs – Temnotfo tackles the digital public relations aspects of the business.
Emma Proctor graduated from UCT with a distinction in Historical Studies (Honours) before joining Be-cause and taking on a range of clients across the fields of health, education, economics and social activism. Having led a variety of PR campaigns from brand and situation analysis to successful roll-out, she now focuses on strategy and content writing.
The Be-cause team continues to deliver with some wonderful creative thinking, huge amounts of infectious energy and professionalism. Their determination and commitment have given Bean There much valued exposure across a variety of media platforms. They are more than just a PR agency, they are an extension of the Bean There family.
Founder of Bean There Coffee Company