St. Maarten Entrepreneurs meet with Chinese Delegates.

The Hague:— A Chinese delegation organized by the Foreign Affairs Office of China Commercial Enterprise Management visited I.S. Cleaning’s office in The Hague on Friday afternoon. I.S. Cleaning is a commercial and domestic cleaning company founded in 2013 by St. Maarten Entreprenuer & Student Leandra Leslie. Operations Manager Luis Hurtault also from St. Maarten attended the meeting via skype to answer questions that the Chinese delegation would have and to explain I.S. Cleaning’s operations and core values.

The Chinese delegation comprised of 20 enterprises which included Environment Protection technology companies, cleaning companies and property management companies. Their visit was organized in able for the association to exchange ideas and to learn about the cleaning service industry in the Netherlands and how enterprises in the various cities provide public service area, cleaning services. One of the delegation’s goal was to understand the operating system, the daily management experience and I.S. Cleaning’s cleaning standards.

Marketing Manager & Business Relation’s Officer Kimberly Nijon also from St. Maarten gave a presentation of IS Cleaning’s organization and webshop activities. The delegation got to tour I.S. Cleaning’s facilities and were introduced to I.S. Cleaning products and technologies.

I.S. Cleaning’s Founder and Chief Financial Officer Leandra Leslie said, “I am delighted to have the opportunity to share our business expertise and success with the China delegates and to also explore opportunities of working together in the future.”

Executive Vice President of the Cleaning Branch of China Commercial Enterpriseq Management Association, Ms. Gong Na said, “China has a very large market of cleaning, environment protection technology and property management companies that have developed since several years ago. However, recently studies carried out show that China has much room for growth in this sector.”

At the end of the visit Business Relations Officer Kimberly Nijon exchanged gifts with the delegation and thanked them for their generous visit. The delegation hopes to further promote investment and economic exchanges for both parties, and to pursue other cooperation opportunities.

Founder Leandra Leslie hopes to explore similar business opportunities in St. Maarten.

Source: St. Martin News Network