Why Pengwins?

They're just like us!

Our people are PengWINNERS in every sense - having access to the best training the industry has to offer and completely focused on PengWINNING business for our customers

Granted we don't just live on a diet of fish, or like the cold, but like us  

  • they're very sociable and loyal creatures that enjoy being part of a big group, but also do well hunting on their own.
  • the elders and parents are incubators, preparing and nurturing their young until they’re ready to leap onward into their journey
  • they're inquisitive, adventurous and in Black Tie whenever possible (picking up Awards)
  • ICE.  We are the best ICE-BREAKERS in the business (I know technically penguins don’t break ice, but hey, what’s a broken beak between friends)


The Ministry of PengWIN is the primary official body responsible for all aspects of PengWIN related activity and strives to enhance the lives of peers in the IT Channel through

  • The creation of PengWIN culture, at home & abroad
  • Distribution of information relating to PengWIN-inspired technology in the IT Channel
  • Education and training for all levels of PengWIN 
  • PengWIN-related research, analysis, comment & thought leadership
  • Maintenance and publication of relevant PengWIN resources
  • PengWIN-inspired cultural activities



"We've been working with MeetingPoint for the best part of 3 years now and during this time we have seen a constant supply of leads coming through to us and have, on the back of these leads, been able to grow the team from 2 people to 7 people. We've taken on 3 new sales people to deal with the leads we get from MeetingPoint. 

"The leads are with the right people, in the right organisation and MeetingPoint are happy to go the extra mile to ensure that we get what we need from every campaign we work with them on. The only problem we have now is trying to figure out how to manage all the follow ups we are generating as a result!"

Daan Dia, Director, Outpost 24 (SAAS Security Vendor)

Penguin Culture

We think there are a number of parallels we can draw with our feathered friends.