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Engel & Völkers’ Rewards & Recognition 2014

Each year there is much expectation amongst all the Engel & Völkers Southern Africa Sales advisors of what the annual R&R will be like – where will the venue be, who will be the nominees, who will be the winners, and most valued, who will be the top agent in the country?
 
This year proved no different with the excitement culminating in an elegant function being held, for the first time in Potchefstroom, on the 3rd of July.  'The choice to hold the function in this city should not have been a surprise to anyone, as the office had many nominations and received most of the prizes' said Craig Hutchison, CEO Engel & Völkers Southern Africa.
 
In his welcoming address to all the attendees Craig shared the message that this past year has been a very successful one, for not only E&V SA, but also for the group internationally. Results from across the world, showed increased sales and a positive upward trend, which no doubt is a direct reflection of the excellent on-going training our agents receive at our international training academy, the incredible marketing tools at the agents' disposal, and the positive leadership by our license partners. 
 
All those present thoroughly enjoyed the interaction of meeting colleagues from around the country, as the top agents realise that networking is the key to their success.
 
During the dinner Craig then proudly congra-tulated all the top achievers in their respective categories. “It is always a privilege to be able to acknowledge these top achievers as they motivate each other and also are such a wonderful inspiration to existing agents and to new rookies in the business.”
 
The nominees in every category were mentioned and the winner announced, and amidst applause all received their performance certificates.
 
We are proud to announce this year’s winners in each category:

Agent of the year: Eastern Cape 
Mandy Grant, Port Elizabeth    
 
Agent of the year: Free State      
Fritz König, Bloemfontein
 
Agent of the year: Garden Route
Elmari Stander, George
 
Agent of the year: Gauteng         
Brian Falconer, Broadacres   
 
Agent of the year: KZN     
Jana Vorster, Ballito      
 
Agent of the year: Limpopo & Mpumalanga     
Cindy Hopkins, Hoedspruit
 
Agent of the year: North West    
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom
        
Agent of the year: Western Cape           
Francis Case, Simon's Town
 
Brand Ambassador
Carl Venter, Potchefstroom and
Antoinette Swanepoel, Hartbeespoortdam
 
CI Shop of the year
Bryanston
 
LIPA of the year
Carl Venter, Potchefstroom
 
Team Assistant of the year          
Saskia Bullerdiek, Bryanston
 
Team Leader of the year  
Ilse Haward, Bryanston & Broadacres
 
Most Exclusive mandates 
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom               
 
Most Listings in 12 months           
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom
 
Most Showhouses           
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom
 
Unit Sales (Existing properties)  
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom
 
Unit Sales (New Developments)
Ansa du Plooy, Potchefstroom
 
Rookie agent of the year  
Daniël Gouws, Pretoria New East
 
Agent of the year (National)       
Theo Volschenk, Potchefstroom
 
The prize for Money Maker of the year is an all expenses paid overseas trip. On behalf of Engel & Völkers SA and every shop, we would like to congratulate Theo Volschenk for winning this fantastic prize.
 
Craig concluded the prize giving by informing all those present that “The 2015 R&R will be hosted in the Mother City, Cape Town and we expect a large turnout with many new faces being nominated due to the respective agents from across the country already showing remarkable achievements. They have picked up the gauntlet to challenge the other offices, and a healthy competitive spirit is currently visible. Our top performers are very motivated in realising they can achieve even greater results.”
 
Without much ado, the fun part of the evening then started, with music, dancing, and the excitement of mingling with and congratulating the prize winners.
 
Till Cape Town 2015 where our top property sales advisors will once again be proudly acknowledged!


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