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Here is the next in our 2023 Sponsor Spotlight series, where we profile some of the fantastic partners that work alongside us at False Bay RFC as we go a little deeper into their businesses. We present Daisy Business Solutions. We sat down with the company’s Marketing Director – Tyrone Woods to learn more about Daisy Business Solutions and its role in the Business Infrastructure and Technology solutions.


If you could sum up your business in 300 words, what would you say?

Daisy Business Solutions are specialists in and a leading supplier of Business Environment Infrastructure and Business Technology solutions. Our core capabilities lie in the sale and servicing of Information Communication Technology, Office Automation, Alternate Energy Infrastructure, and Commercial & Business Security. With a strong drive to be the best in class we pride ourselves in working hard. We believe that what we put in is what we get out and this has ensured our success for over 35 years. Work hard, play hard. So, if there are any members or players whose companies require any of the following Daisy is here to assist. Connectivity, Telco, IT, Software, Print, Security and Energy.


How did you end up in the Business Infrastructure and Technology solutions industry and describe your current role?

It was pure chance that got me into this industry. I've spent my whole working life in various marketing and advertising roles. I cut my teeth in the motor industry and spent 11 years working with and for Auto Trader SA. I then decided to start a digital agency and landed up pitching for the Daisy Marketing Account. Not only did we win the business but after spending some time with the group I landed up taking on the role of Marketing Director. I've been with the group for 2 years now and I am very excited about the future with this energetic and forward-thinking company.

Who is your favourite False Bay player, and why?

I would have to say that all of the CROCS hold a special place in our hearts. We had such a blast at last year's SANGORA National Festival and the CROCS were next-level entertaining.


What’s your top sporting memory?

I have many but one of my finest was playing against Pretoria Boys High School in 1996. I played for the mighty 3rd team and we had only lost 1 game the whole year, to Affies. PBHS 3rd team were unbeaten and the final game of the season was against them in PTA on a wet and cold winter's morning. Word on the street was that they were going to rinse us but in true Jeppe fashion we pulled together, emptied our tanks, and landed up winning. The way our team played on that day will never leave me and the bonds and friendships made that year are still strong to this day. 


What gets you out of bed in the morning?


My family. I have been blessed with 3 boys. My eldest two are both sporty and I'm sure my little one will follow suit. Watching them grow on and off the field is what keeps me driven. I love how sport is teaching them life lessons. I also enjoy my job and the people I get to work with so that keeps me motivated and alive. 


Tell us about the team at your business. How many people work there?

Daisy is a family business and with 56 branches nationwide we are fortunate to have a very diverse team. We have +-3 000 employees nationwide who pride themselves on delivering the best we have to offer. Our Snr teams are hands-on and we have a lot of fun doing what we do. Work hard, play hard.



How do you measure success as a business?

We strive to always offer the best service and by keeping our customers happy we have managed to stay in business for over 38 years. We are nothing without our customers. Success for me is measured by the customer base we grow and maintain on a daily basis. 


What attracted you most to partnering with False Bay RFC?

A rugby club with such a prestige reputation, not just in the Western-Cape but all over S.A. False Bay Rugby Club has such a loyal following of supporters. But what makes you stand out is the club’s strong sense of community. This is why we have partnered with you. False Bay feels like home away from home.


And finally, if you had some advice for someone starting out in your industry, what would it be?

That companies and businesses buy from people ….. so don’t be a d**s, be lekker!!


Thank you for your support, time and wisdom, Tyrone  

All the best!








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