We made it! - Introducing Molo Lolo Group For our interview series “We made it!”, we share our clients’ success stories in South Africa. This month we would like to introduce you to Laurence "Lolo" Armand the founder and CEO of the MOLO LOLO GROUP. Lolo relocated from France to South Africa and started Molo Lolo which is a hospitality brand that makes a difference. It assures that guests have a unique travelling experience while respecting mankind and cultures. IBN had the pleasure to find out more about Lolo´s relocation, business and life in South Africa.
WE MADE IT! - Introducing journalist "Niels Posthumus" For our interview series “We made it!”, we share our clients’ success stories in South Africa. This month we would like to introduce you to Niels Posthumus, a journalist from Netherlands who relocated to South Africa 5 years ago. Niels covers news and background stories in Southern Africa for various Dutch media and newspapers and gives us some insight of his life and work in South Africa.
2017 at IBN Immigration Solutions It is December again – time to wish our readers a wonderful festive season and say thank you for your support during the past year. Another year has rushed by and I hope it was a good one for you. For South Africa it was a very turbulent and rather frustrating one with the missing political leadership and the Steinhoff saga.
WE MADE IT! - Introducing "MEMETOR" For our monthly series “We made it!”, we share our clients’ success stories in South Africa. This month we would like to introduce you to Kristin Ellen Jensen – the CEO of MEMETOR - a not so regular business consultancy with a ready-made model for how a company should run their business successfull
South Africa – your December holiday destination With the recent drop in exchange rate of the South African Rand visiting South Africa is becoming very affordable for international tourists. This vast country has so much to offer and would be an ideal December destination for those who wish to get a break from cold winter conditions. South Africa is famous for its beautiful scenery, amazing wildlife, rich culture with warm people and and a wine industry producing world class wines.
Event report: The U Mountainbike weekend Ek is Lara, Livingstone & Stanley, Looking for Moses – does that mean something to you? Well, it did mean nothing to me nor to my cycling buddy Jens before we did the 2.5 day stage “race” The U near Piketberg in the Western Cape. It surely means something to us now and probably also to the other 150 participants. But before I solve the question, let me start with a quick event review.