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Local LINK Business Sales Clean Up Awards

Local LINK Business Sales Clean Up Awards

LINK Bay of Plenty and Waikato have yet again come away from the LINK New Zealand annual awards with outstanding results. After 8 years of significant and consistent growth, the success story behind selling businesses continues.

The company took out awards in the following categories.
• New Zealand 2017 Franchise Office of the Year - LINK Bay of Plenty and Waikato (Franchisee)
• Largest Single Deal of the Year - Mike Fraser
• Runner up “Top Performing Broker” - Mike Fraser
• Runner up for “Broker of the Year” - Theresa Eagle
• Company Excellence Award - Kyla Scholes (Sales & Marketing)

The directors of the company Steven Matthews and Nuree Allan commented that “The growth of the company has been phenomenal since its foundation in 2009 when we operated with just two sales brokers. With offices now in both Tauranga and Hamilton, the team at LINK consists of over 26 highly professional and motivated individuals, all striving to provide our clients with outstanding service and results.”

Both Steven and Nuree put the success of the company down to having a great office culture, professionalism and a team environment where the focus is always on providing a win-win outcome for business owners and business buyers. Steven and Nuree believe that results and success are a bi-product of genuinely caring for people, especially as they go through a life changing process of buying or selling a business.

The population in the golden triangle (between Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga) continues to show strong growth and combined with the baby boomer wave of business owners looking to sell up and retire, the future for LINK over the next decade looks very promising.

“From all the team at LINK Bay of Plenty / Waikato we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has engaged with our office over the last 12 months. We look forward to a healthy and prosperous 2018.”

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