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Happy Chinese New Year

The Year of the Rooster is nearly here. The new year in china is based on the Lunar calendar rather than the Gregorian meaning its date change each year. This year the celebrations start on New Year’s Eve on January 27 and finish on February 2.

Isa Group ( Perdaman) are embracing and welcoming the year of the Rooster as it is the sign of dawn and awakening. The rooster shows that success and triumph can be achieved by hard work and patience in 2017. In 2016 ISA Group consistently worked on expanding its product range and are now excited to launch in 2017.

A message from our CEO Noelene Murray

“ In January , ISA Group (Perdaman) commences a New Year under the sign of the Rooster. The Rooster is a very neat and organised animal and we can relate to this in our Business.  We firmly believe that this year will have a positive outcome as the Australia economy recovers and we seek new international business opportunities.  The business has experienced many changes over the past 12 months but these changes will reinforce the foundations for the business to continue to grow in the international sectors.

We have all witnessed a very strange turn of global events linked to democracy and the outcomes have surprised many of us.

ISA Group (Perdaman) have introduced new products to promote as we see the demand decline in other visa categories due to the slower economy.  Our employees are all very focused on providing a very high standard of customer service and to increase productivity where they can in the organisation.  The corporate values are of honesty, accountability, diversity, integrity and excellence and lived daily as we focus on our Strategic Plan to grow the business and reduce the overheads.”

All ISA Group ( Perdaman) migration agents are multi lingual and are excited to be working internationally around the globe in 2017. Should anyone require any assistance in their migration journey to Australia please get in touch and let’s make the year of the Rooster your year.

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