Business to Business Spotlight

Harcourts Nambithi in Ladysmith connects with kindness

In business it is important to keep the balance between giving and receiving on both a professional and personal level. Sending an unexpected gift of appreciation to a colleague, supplier or business associate helps them know that what they do for you is valuable and held in high regard.

Harcourts Nambithi in Ladysmith did exactly this when sending a parcel of appreciation to a supporting firm, Sibran Nkabinde Incorporated, using Aramex Couriers. Harcourts Nambithi Principal, Tanya Stander, said that to them, connection is more than just business exchanges. A gesture of goodwill moves your business from a strictly corporate space and opens “channels of kindness” that are of unmeasurable importance when building and maintaining professional relationships.

December is a wonderful time to say thank you – to those you appreciate, those that continually support you, and those that left a special gift in your heart during the past year.

Creating the opportunity to make everyday of this new year a “sending smiles” day with Aramex, is a gift in itself. Let’s make South Africa smile, one parcel at a time.

About the author

Roslynn van Jaarsveld

Roslynn van Jaarsveld is a master’s graduate from NMU Port Elizabeth, South Africa, specialising in Applied Media and Plain Language Application. Ros has a passion for business growth, writing for impact and building relationships which are the cornerstones of her success. Her 20 years’ experience in PR, communication, and marketing, brings a wealth of knowledge and skill which she happily shares with the MicroHub team and customers. “Connecting and inspiring people are part of who I am. When something comes to you naturally, use it to make a difference – then you can be happy and fulfilled – and success will follow.”