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Relationship broking connects dots between money and markets

Relationship broking connects the dots between money and markets

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 6 Sept 2012 ) There’s a certain ‘tell me more’ aspect to June Ranson’s description of her business as being a relationship broker.

The managing director of Woburn International carries out many roles in what initially might be considered a licensed immigration advisory business.

But, as well as helping companies in New Zealand and overseas get hold of bright technical people, Ranson is also proud of the introduction and hand-holding function Woburn’s carried out in the past 12 of its 22 year existence.


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