It's official! Common Sense has moved into an incredible space in the heart of the Cape Town City Centre to kick start what will be an exciting 2016 -- especially as we build upon the momentum of 2015.
In less than a year of opening Common Sense's office in Cape Town, we have managed over $600,000 worth of Google Grants, creating more than 27 million impressions for African based nonprofits, and leading to nearly 400,000 clicks to their websites to learn more about what they are doing.
We have also had the opportunity to work with innovative brands throughout the continent, including Research Unit, The Maa Trust, Ocean Sole, ELLE and The Daily Maverick (who also happen to be our fantastic new neighbors).
When asked why he opened an office in Cape Town, Common Sense founder James Cannon Boyce always says he is continuously inspired by the great people he meets here and 'the city is filled with ambitious, young and smart people who have the potential to support businesses, social enterprise and nonprofits grow and thrive.'
So if you are in town - stop on by 28 St George's Mall and come up to the 6th floor where we are connecting great people who want to do great things around the world (and we have great coffee).