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IFG Opens South Africa Master Licensee Office in Pretoria

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Markham, Ontario, Canada (14th July 2014) - The Interface Financial Group is pleased to announce the opening of their South Africa Master Licensee office in Pretoria.

This new office represents another significant stage in the expansion plans for Interface. Already operating in 8 countries, this new addition adds a considerable new market opportunity for the Interface organization, for both existing and new licensees.

Interface licensees work closely with their small business clients to facilitate their growth through a unique cash flow acceleration programme.

Mr. Wimpie Sevenster has been appointed Master Licensee for Interface for South Africa, and has already started the sub-licensing process with the establishment of a Durban office. He plans to have another four offices open for business by the end of the year.

David Banfield, President of Interface stated, “The establishment of the new structure in South Africa will not only enable us to service a growing small business community, but it will also provide us with a platform to continue our expansion plans in Africa”.

Interface is now actively engaged in seeking potential sub-licensees to be part of the financing programme to assist with local small business growth.

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