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Energy of the sun, now in your photobook

These days the growing pains of our country are really being felt and the RapidStudio team feels that being responsible in terms of our impact on the local community and the country at large is very important. We always try maintain an exceptional level of customer service, we want to be there when you need us. We’re also aware of the escalating energy crisis that our country faces and how that could impact our availability. We've implemented a solution that will ensure we're able to provide top-notch customer care while helping the country’s power grid and lessening our environmental footprint.
To do this, RapidStudio has installed the first of three stages of solar panels on our roof. What does this mean? Well, the first stage alone covers 1/3 of our total power consumption. This might not seem like a big deal, but the first stage is projected to leave enough power on the grid for around 12* people's home usage throughout the day. Our diesel generator usage will be greatl…

RapidStudio's #RAK15, a small act of kindness can change someone's life

When the RapidStudio team decided to participate in a random act of kindness I was called on to participate. I must admit my mind was not in the right place and I did not feel like putting myself out. I was comfortable in my little bubble in the office and didn't really want to get involved.
RapidStudio's #RAK15. 
One of our team members told us that there was a day care centre for mentally and physically handicapped people. We decided that it would be nice if all of us went to the facility to do a Paint By Shadow painting with the disabled patients and the staff. We felt like this would be something each patient would enjoy and be proud of. 

I remember how shocked I was when we arrived. I’d envisioned a well established facility, but this place was a hot, stuffy, two-room brick building with a modest tin roof. When we entered the facility, my heart broke. Of the usual fifteen patients that were normally there, only five were present. When our staff asked what happened to ever…