The Sales team have had a busy first few months of 2023. It’s always a pleasure to meet our partners whilst on the road. Click below to read a round-up of which regions we’ve been visiting and which events we’ve been attending.
Visiting our Educational Partners in Nepal
Ashleigh Veres, Director of Student Recruitment, was in Nepal last week meeting many of our educational partners and is currently in India supporting recruitment to our pathway division from the region. We are thrilled with the activity by our partners in the market and can’t wait to continue working hard with them ahead of the September 2023 intake.
Applications for our NCUK and University of East London International Study Centres are open and are expected to close early due to high demand, so we recommend that you do not delay in placing applications and making those initial deposit payments.
Training our Educational Partners in Lagos
Mayowa Komolafe, Regional Sales Manager (Sub-Sahara Africa), recently met with our educational partners in Lagos, Nigeria, for a refresher training and to build relationships with them to ensure better collaboration in the future. He has also arranged to meet with educational partners in other major cities in the coming months. A brilliant way to maintain relationships for continued growth and success.
Student Recruitment Fairs in Kuwait
Saeed Adam, our Director for MENA and Turkey, made a flying visit to Kuwait in March to attend the first ever EasyApply Education Consultancy student fair on behalf of Malvern; it was a great and well organised event. Many diverse leads were made which we cannot wait to convert. Attending events organised by our partners in different parts of the world is very important to us and Kuwait is one such country that is crucial to our overall student recruitment strategy.
Building Relations in Latin America
Emiliano Sallustri, our Commercial Director of ELT and Bruna Do Erre, our Regional Manager for Latin America, visited some very important clients and attended workshops in Latin America. The trip started in Mexico where they attended the Mundo Joven workshop, which was extremely informative and interesting. They also met with Kase Travel and TK Tours executives. In Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, more workshops were attended that proved to be very informative. In total, we met with around 30 agents from the region and we are very optimistic with the outcome of these important conversations.
Over this past month, we had some of the team visit the UK to join the University of East London’s International Office for a week of training and development. It was great opportunity for continued professional development.