Aida Polokwane scoops top business award

Estate agency Aida Polokwane has scooped a prestigious Diamond Arrow award for its efforts to promote economic growth and development in Limpopo over the past 12 months.
The award, presented by the Professional Management Review magazine (PMR), was made following a survey in which thousands of corporate and public service respondents were asked to nominate and then rate companies for their development contributions, as well as their managerial capabilities and corporate governance procedures. 
With a rating of 4,2 out of a possible 5, Aida Polokwane was the top-scoring real estate company in the business section of the survey, and franchise owner Anton Hanekom says the agency is honoured to join the select ranks of prominent local undertakings that have received diamond arrows. The agency has previously won several PMR gold arrows.
“The PMR award is a stamp of approval that a company is run on sound business principles and also covers external aspects such as service delivery, professionalism and community involvement. It underlines our office credo that service and integrity are not negotiable.”
He also says the award will bolster Aida Polokwane’s already strong market share. “Aida has become a household name in this city and we do our utmost to honour the confidence placed in us. This award will further motivate our highly trained and professional staff to keep delivering the best property service in Limpopo.”
Issued by Aida National Franchises
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