Dstv agents grow rural satellite
At an awards ceremony in Swakopmund earlier this month, MultiChoice Namibia rewarded all its agents for their contribution to the success of the digital satellite provider. The awards honoured its top achieving agents for this year.
The criteria for the awards are based on the percentage of subscriber growth per outlet.
The winning agent is a husband and wife team, Tommy and Louise Rocher of Rocher Transport in Katima Mulilo who walked away with the top prize of N$15,000. Ciska Hayward of Aspasia Agency in Mariental took the second prize of N$7,000 and Kalla and Olla van Wyk, another husband and wife team, of Mutron in Outjo was awarded the third the prize of N$5,000.
The Awards marked the highlight of MultiChoice Namibia’s two-day Annual Agents Conference held in Swakopmund, whereby 13 agents from across the country convened with MultiChoice employees to strategise on how to optimise service levels in their respective regions to ensure DStv and GOtv subscribers continue to enjoy their video entertainment.
Roger Gertze, General Manager of MultiChoice Namibia said “The focus of the conference was to re-ignite the entrepreneurial spirit within MultiChoice outlets and maximize our world-class offering of new innovations in the video entertainment industry to serve our purpose of enriching lives”.
The agents received in-depth briefings from MultiChoice Namibia’s respective divisions on its world-class subscriber management services and digital satellite television and DTT platforms, as well as training on the new Clarity System which was pioneered in Namibia last year and subsequently being rolled out across other territories within MultiChoice Africa.
MultiChoice Africa provides multi-channel, multi-platform digital video entertainment services containing channels from Africa, America, China, India, Asia and Europe. The company has over twenty years’ experience as a video entertainment provider in Africa, offering cutting-edge digital technology to provide premium video content for subscribers in 49 Sub-Saharan African countries and the adjacent Indian Ocean islands.