Beskou uitdagings as geleenthede

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17 July 2020 | Motors

Van Maandag tot Vrydag wen ons elke 15 minute 'n nuwe kliënt.

Chrisna ­Basson, ­bemarkings ­bestuurder by King Price versekering



Die COVID-19 pandemie hang soos 'n grys wolk oor almal se koppe, maar daar is ook goeie nuus. 'n Mens kan die tyd gebruik om jou geldsake en lewe te bevraagteken. Met dit kom daar baie keer veranderinge wat baie positief is, veral in die lang termyn. Die wêreld gaan altyd aanhou innoveer en ver­ander, en ons moet leer saam speel. Dis baie normaal om verande­ring te probeer vermy, maar ons as Namibiërs is die land van die dapperes. By King Price is ons ­optimisties, want ons glo Namibië het nog­steeds 'n blink toekoms. Ons gaan net sterker en beter word.

Ons is 'n trots Namibiese maatskappy wat in 2016 ons deure oopgemaak het.

Vandag is ons al meer as 70 werknemers, met takke in Swakopmund, Walvisbaai, Otjiwarongo, ­Ongwediva, Mariental en Windhoek. Die rede vir ons groei en sukses is eenvoudig; Laer premies, beter pryse, ­goedkoper versekering. Ons besigheidsmodel is 'lean and mean' om dit te kan bied. Ons kan definitief ons impak sien! Ons het nou die dag die som gemaak – van Maandag tot Vrydag wen ons elke 15 minute 'n nuwe klient. Dis regtig lekker om deel te wees van 'n besigheid wat waarde vir geld bied om 'n verskil te maak. Jy sien dit in almal wat by ons werk. Ons besigheidskultuur is een van hulpvaardigheid, vriendelikheid en positiwiteit.

Ons is ook die eerste versekeraar wat dalende premies aanbied. Dit beteken jou maandelikse premie verminder soos die waarde van jou motor daal. Maak tog net sin en dis baie lekker om daai SMS te ontvang! Vir kliënte met golfstokke, gewere en fietse bied ons ook N$1 versekering aan. So ons innoveer lekker om alternatief te bly. Sodra mens daai tipe mentaliteit het, raak uitdagings vir jou geleenthede. En dis wat ons hoop vir elke Namibiër.

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