Engel & Völkers Potchefstroom gives delegates a warm welcome
During the National Congress on Friday at Crista Galli, Engel & Völkers Potchefstroom showed their support by setting up a coffee shop. The Engel & Völkers Coffee Stop, complete with a barista, served delicious cappuccinos, iced coffees and branded shortbread. The coffee stop was a huge success and ensured that congress delegates were energised for the entire day as they kept returning for more.
The Friday continued into the evening with a gala function which took place at The Roots, and Engel & Völkers Potchefstroom was again present during this glamorous event. They were the sponsor of awards for the 3 top entrepreneurs who completed a course at the Potchefstroom Business School of the North West University.
“The opportunity to market our beautiful city in such a big way is really an honour, and we were privileged enough to form part of this occasion. We are proud to live in, be part of, and to do business in Potchefstroom and would like to invite visitors from all regions to come and pay us a visit and to experience the warm hospitality that Potchefstroom has to offer” said Carl Venter, Licence Partner of Engel & Völkers Potchefstroom.
From left: Christo van der Rheede,CEO of AHI; Prof Carolina Koornhof, President of AHI 2012/2013; Cyril Ramaphosa, Deputy President of the ANC; Johan Janse van Rensburg, ALS Group CEO and President of the Potchefstroom Tlokwe Chamber of Commerce.
Clem Sunter with VIP E&V goodie bag,which was given to every VIP