Bombay Sapphire® Unleashes A Million Acts Of Creativity Across South Africa

BOMBAY SAPPHIRE®, the world’s leading premium gin brand, believes that creativity opens up endless possibilities.  Responding to a study that revealed that 97% of those polled wished they could be more creative*, the brand joined forces with five of the country’s foremost cultural leaders to help South Africans unleash their inner creativity. Award-winning TV personality and DJ Lerato Kganyago, visionary musician Zakes Bantwini, body-positive influencer Thickleeyonce, and the food experts Chef Funi and Chef Nti, share their personal stories and document their creative journeys to encourage people to freely express themselves through A Million Acts of Creativity.

Francois Portier, Managing Director, West, East & South Africa for Bacardi, said: “All of us are inherently creative – what we need is an opportunity to explore our passions and abilities. Through the help of our cultural leaders, we hope to democratise creativity and encourage South Africans to embrace their passions.”

The perfect canvas for creating cocktails, BOMBAY SAPPHIRE urges South Africans to showcase their creativity through social media. So, whether it is flair in the kitchen, the knack for perfecting the latest viral dance, or those notebook doodles which could end up becoming a mural, unleash your creativity and post the results on Instagram, tagging @bombaysapphire and include the hashtag #stircreativity.

A Million Acts of Creativity marks an expansion of BOMBAY SAPPHIRE’S inspiring Stir Creativity platform. Launched in 2018, Stir Creativity is a call to arms for everyone to engage with their creativity and unlock their creative potential. A Million Acts of Creativity culminates in a creative hackathon on World Creative Day, which takes place this Wednesday 21 April 2021.

For further information about BOMBAY SAPPHIRE®and Stir Creativity,
(you need to be 18 or older to access the site).

*The Key to Creativity survey was conducted by Ogilvy in October 2019 with a sample of 2,000 adults in South Africa

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