Blueprint 3.3 was born out of a moment of clarity and a renegade belief: that smart, talented and hardworking young professionals can put a ‘dent in the universe’ by solving any business and socio-economic challenge we set our sights on and apply our minds to. We like chasing a BHAG and we want to leave a mark they can’t erase on the world for the betterment of the country and economy.
We do this by ensuring that we keep a disciplined focus on the quality of everything that we do. We’re about delivering the best of both worlds to our clients and their stakeholders in a way that is as real as it gets and brings little bit more sunshine to their business and, we hope, to SA as a whole.
At Blueprint 3.3, we believe in being able to add value to those we work with and we put in the hard work needed to do so. We do this in order to solve as elegantly as possible any of possible 99 problems that our clients’ might need our assistance with.
The head of Blueprint 3.0 is Dermot Grazebrook.
Dermot has 15 years experience working for international South African corporate brands in the UK and in South Africa (SA). For the last 10 years he’s been based in Cape Town (CT), while working nationally across SA.
Dermot’s professional experience includes work as the HRM for an international BPO contact-centre, in the UK and in SA; as a Regional Branch Manager and as the National Business Development & Brand Manager for four national recruitment and staffing provider brands; and as a Business Development Consultant for a leading International Management Consultancy’s Human Performance Division; and for an SA-based youth employment NPO. Currently, in addition to assisting clients with B2B business development, branding and marketing, and talent acquisition projects, he’s been working with the disability sector (and local corporates) in tackling the systemic supply-side challenges preventing greater corporate employment of people with disabilities in SA.
At a Provincial and industry-level, Dermot has served as a Director on the Board of BPESA Western Cape, the BPO & Contact-Centre industry body, for whom he was Head: Human Capital Portfolio and for whom he drafted the current Provincial Industry Skills Development Strategy.
As well as BPESA Western Cape, Dermot assisted the Western Cape Premier’s Skills Forum (PSF) with their Provincial career awareness initiatives. Also, for the PSF, he drafted the PSF’s Provincial Multi-Sector Career Awareness Strategy.
So, as the great Jay-z once said: What more can I say? Quite a bit actually, about what we specialize in and how we go about doing it. But if you want to hear more then check out our ‘What We Do’ pages for more on Blueprint 3.3.
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