Natan holds the position of Director of Business Development and Customer Service at our law firm. He is more than an asset to our team; he is the cornerstone of our brand strategy, customer satisfaction, and client base expansion.
Thanks to his professional background in business law, tax law, sports law, and sales, as well as his personal experience in immigration, Natan deeply understands what it means to navigate complex environments. These experiences enable him to grasp the challenges faced by each of our clients since he has navigated through various work permits, starting with the Working Holiday Program (WHP) and moving from a closed work permit with LMIA to a study permit, up to obtaining his permanent residency. He also understands the issues in sports law due to his 7 years of experience within a Belgian sports federation as the president of the disciplinary commission and ethical reference.
His ability to establish personal connections, combined with his legal expertise, makes him an ideal ambassador for our firm. He does not just represent our values; he embodies them. His empathetic approach and commitment to each client strengthen trust and satisfaction, crucial elements for our long-term success.
Furthermore, his natural charisma and innovative spirit make him particularly effective in identifying and attracting new clients who align with the ethics and areas of expertise of our firm.
His mantra, "Be yourself, but always be your best self," perfectly summarizes his method: staying authentic while striving for excellence. This philosophy translates into top-notch customer service and business strategies, ensuring the prosperity and renown of our firm in the fields of immigration and sports law.
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