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Relocation business re-forms with new brand

Relocation business re-forms with new brand

Thursday 14 March 2019

Relocation business re-forms with new brand


Guernsey Relocation Services has been launched by the former Head of Client Services at Quintessential Relocation Consultants, Liesl Esterhuizen.

Mrs Esterhuizen worked alongside QRC founder Jo Stoddart for over 7 years and is taking over the company's book of business, as Mrs Stoddart has taken up the role of Director at Locate Guernsey.

Guernsey Relocation Services will start operations by taking over the provision of services to QRC's existing Guernsey clients, delivering relocation and property-finding services for individuals and businesses moving to the island.

Speaking about her former colleague's new venture, Mrs Stoddart said: "I am delighted that Liesl has set up this new business and will be continuing her career in relocation. She has a great knowledge of Guernsey's property market and many years of hands-on experience of relocation from both sides of the fence, which is a huge benefit to clients. She enjoys excellent relationships with the island's estate agents and other intermediaries which will stand her in good stead. I look forward to seeing her business go from strength to strength."

Mrs Esterhuizen said: "Countless clients have appreciated the benefits of having a local adviser on their side who can advise both only on finding the right property but also on all other aspects of relocation.

"Guernsey Relocation Services will be a bespoke, personal service, tailor made to those who decide to make Guernsey their new home. I believe that having such a support service in Guernsey is of great benefit to those marketing the island as a wonderful place to work and live, as well as businesses trying to attract new employees."

Pictured: Liesl Esterhuizen.

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