Strong economic growth and higher levels of foreign investment in Africa has resulted in an increasing number of companies establishing and expanding their operations across the continent. With this comes the need to deploy key human resources to these locations.
To meet this growing need, Elliott Mobility is expanding its network of offices on the continent in order to be closer to where its support services are required. In line with this, two new regional offices have been established in Nigeria and Kenya. The company’s existing relocation services network in Southern Africa has also been consolidated under Elliott Mobility Africa, with headquarters in Mauritius.
The Elliott Mobility service offering in Africa covers the entire relocation process from city orientation, home finding and school searches to settling in and departure services. Joint CEO and co-owner of the Elliott Group, Charles Luyckx says, “Through our unparalleled on-the-ground expertise and support structures we can understand and meet the challenges in Africa’s emerging markets.”
Elliott Mobility Nigeria has been established through the acquisition of shareholding in CRN Relocations West Africa. The expertise, management experience and vision of its founding directors, Dan Sennet (CEO) and Deji Majekodunmi, will be retained in order to best serve our clients.
Our newly created entity, Elliott Mobility Kenya, has been established with local Kenyan shareholders and will be operational from the second quarter of 2014. Elliott Mobility Africa’s Chief Executive, Corallie Pringle, will lead this operation.
Pringle says “Our local partnerships and offices will allow us to provide excellent services and coverage to these locations and neighbouring emerging markets. We are now ideally positioned to support our clients’ growing business activities in Africa.”
“The establishment of Elliott Mobility’s three African hubs is the realisation of our strategic vision to be the leading provider of relocation services on the continent,” concludes Luyckx