SKYY VODKA CHAMPIONS THE NEXT GENERATION OF CHANGEMAKERS SKYY Vodka awards Boksburg-based social changemaker, Durell Jejane, with a bursary to Henley Business School. Cape Town, South Africa (August 2019): San Francisco-born SKYY Vodka continues to support individuals who drive social advancement, diversity and ingenuity. The brand recently invited aspiring South African entrepreneurs to submit a socially-progressive business proposal, that if selected would reward them with a bursary to the reputable Henley Business School. Out of hundreds of applicants, Athletics South Africa’s Provincial Affairs Manager, Durell Jejane was selected as the recipient of the MBA bursary. Aligned to SKYY’s values brand roots which speak of “building bridges, and not walls,”Jejane aims to bridge the skills gap in socioeconomically developing regions. Born and raised in Boksburg, Jejane’s submission showcases her passion for making an impact in disadvantaged national and international communities through the design and implementation of sustainable sporting programmes. “I am extremely grateful to SKYY for giving me the tools to kickstart my journey towards playing my part in impacting a new generation of South Africans. The MBA bursary at Henley Business School will open opportunities for my professional and personal growth that I can’t yet fully imagine. I’ll gain a deep understanding of business and practically apply these ideas in the world of sports. Learning from experts and networking with the national and international alumni will open possibilities and access that will benefit not only me but the many lives I intend to touch through sport,” Jejane remarked. Managing Director at Campari Group South Africa, Claudia Colussi, shares: “SKYY is always invested in creating programs that offer a platform to individuals who display a keen desire to take action and redefine the status quo. SKYY has always embraced an anything-is-possible attitude and a pioneering spirit – from our iconic blue bottle, to our founder’s progressive vision.” “Now, more than ever, consumers want brands that reflect their values, and we are proud to share ours through empowering the next generation of change makers who are upholding the legacy of our founder and SKYY’s hometown of San Francisco.” To follow Durell’s journey, stay updated on SKYY Vodka’s Facebook page where she will be providing key business insights she’s gained through her studies and day-to-day life. SKYY Vodka can be enjoyed responsibly, simply on the rocks, with club soda, or in other delicious, sophisticated cocktails. For more information, visit SKYY.com, http://www.facebook.com/SKYYVodka and on Instagram and Twitter: @SKYYVodka About SKYY Vodka SKYY Vodka was born in San Francisco in 1992 and is steeped with the city’s innovative and progressive spirit. Conceived by an inventor looking to create the world’s smoothest vodka, SKYY revolutionized vodka quality with its proprietary quadruple-distillation and triple-filtration process to deliver a fresh, clean spirit, in an iconic blue bottle. Like many things that originate in San Francisco, SKYY grew from a tiny startup into what it is today. To learn more, visit SKYY.com About Campari Group Campari Group is a major player in the global spirits industry, with a portfolio of over 50 premium and super premium brands, spreading across Global, Regional and Local priorities. Global Priorities, the Group’s key focus, include Aperol, Appleton Estate, Campari, SKYY, Wild Turkey and Grand Marnier. Campari Group was founded in 1860 and today is the sixth-largest player worldwide in the premium spirits industry. It has a global distribution reach, trading in over 190 nations around the world with leading positions in Europe and the Americas. Campari Group’s growth strategy aims to combine organic growth through strong brand building and external growth via selective acquisitions of brands and businesses. Headquartered in Milan, Italy, Campari Group owns 18 plants worldwide and has its own distribution network in 20 countries. Campari Group employs approximately 4,000 people. The shares of the parent company Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A. (Reuters CPRI.MI – Bloomberg CPR IM) have been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 2001. For more information: http://www.camparigroup.com/en Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.