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IEASA Western Cape celebrating 79 years of service to the property industry.

The 79th Annual General Meeting of the board and committees of the Institute of Estate Agents Western Cape will be held on the 8 September 2016 at Kelvin Grove.

This will begin promptly at 10:30am (to end at 11:30am) and will be followed by a lunch function with guest speaker Toni Enderli, who, apart from being a successful estate agent, does long open water swimming, and is well known for his English Channel and double Robben Island swims. Enderli is undertaking a global swimming expedition, together with his young family, of the seven oceans; and truly believes that “Anything is Possible” and will be speaking on this topic. A one hour non-verifiable CPD attendance e-certificate will be issued to those attending. 

The lunch event will be held from 12 noon to 2:30pm and costs R550 plus VAT for non-members and R250 plus VAT for members. Tables of ten can be booked at R5,000 plus VAT, and there will be a cash bar available. 

Experienced and new agents are encouraged to attend the IEASA Western Cape board and committee AGMs and the lunch, which is a highlight of the annual calendar. This gives top property professionals a chance to network with one another and meet the directors, says Annette Evans, IEASA’s Western Cape general manager.

IEASA is currently waiving the joining fee (a saving of R500) and encourage agents who are not yet members to join in order to receive a whole host of benefits on offer and have a chance to be heard and get involved.

To book, go to http://goo.gl/Lw3FpC and forward proof of payment to Janine Killian atjanine@cape.ieasa.org.za to finalise bookings.

The calendar of IEASA’s events and training may be found on www.ieasa.org.za for all regions.



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