As part of activities marking its second anniversary, Coscharis Mobility Ltd – Sixt Nigeria, has visited the Compassionate Orphanage, in Lagos, western Nigeria.
While commissioning official dedication of a building re-roofed by Sixt Nigeria for the orphanage, Mr. Christian Chigbundu, GM/CEO Coscharis Mobility Ltd – Sixt Nigeria, accompanied by Mr. Karsten Jaensch, Head, Training & Development of Franchise Countries and Mr. Sebastian Szautner, International Junior Franchise Manager, Sixt commended the activities of the orphanage while promising to help convey its message to the company in Germany.
“Sixt is leading in the drive to support charitable causes in the country as it continues to show firm commitment by investing in worthy causes that touch the lives of both the young and aged in the society,” said Chigbundu.
According to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Coscharis Group, Dr. Cosmas Maduka, Sixt ‘rent a car’s second coming has shown that Nigeria is endowed with lots of business opportunities.
Maduka said Nigeria has once again showed to the world that it is the ideal destination and hub for foreign investors and explained how the company could not perform well in its first outing in 2011 as it could not keep to the brand’s corporate identity standard.
According to him, “as our testimonies speak for us, we are known for excellence in any service we venture into and this will not be an exception as we have all what it takes to make your trip pleasurable and fun. We are now a one-stop shop for all your mobility solutions.
“Our standard cars are for you; our premium cars are ready for people of your class. No other company offers premium cars for rent. If you can’t buy that Range Rover! That Jaguar! That BMW, you can now rent it, enjoy and have fun.”
L-R: Mr. Karsten Jaensch, Head, Training & …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper