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Young Entrepreneur Finalist in Saskatchewan
After several years of helping people move to Saskatchewan and make it their home, the CEO of IIBC is being rewarded for his hard work in building a successful international business.
Dirk Propp CEO of IIBC, has become a finalist for the Young Entrepreneur of the year in Saskatchewan.
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Finalist for the Cameco Award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
Dirk Propp is the CEO of IIBC, International Immigration & Business Consulting. IIBC is a professional business consulting firm that specializes in logistical business and relocation strategies. Utilizing their system of international offices and network, IIBC not only provides strategic options that enable businesses to secure the skilled people their particular enterprise requires, but IIBC also ensures visas, travel plans and relocation supports are in place prior to arrival in Saskatchewan.
Propp works to maintain the highest standard of ethics and customer service and to this end ensures that IIBC’s operates in a transparent manner. In the spring of 2008, IIBC was recognized for its value and potential and was awarded the Third place prize in the Venture Forward Business Plan Competition. In IIBC’s third year of business, sales have increased by 300%.
One of Propp’s strategies to strengthen his company is his ongoing commitment to work with mentors, community organizations, and a network of Saskatchewan young professionals.
Propp’s long term goals for IIBC include attracting foreign investors to purchase/partner with existing Saskatchewan businesses. A second long term goal is to work towards bringing more educated youth to the province.
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If you have any questions or want to speak with Dirk or and IIBC representitive, please contact us anytime for more information.