Meet the #IIGlobal2019 delegates as they embark on the Ultimate Education and Networking Experience of a lifetime to San Francisco & Washington DC.
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We caught up with Wilbur Bvuma, BI Manager at Hollard Life. Here’s what he had to say..
Have you ever travelled overseas before and which is your favourite destination?
This will be my first time.
Why have you decided to join #IIGlobal2019?
I have been nominated by my divisional Exco team, An opportunity that will provide eye-opening exposure, get to grasp as much knowledge on how different institutions conduct their strategies in order to deliver world-leading capabilities, I would not want to miss out on this type of an opportunity and looking forward to making my team proud.
If you had one travel tip for first-time travellers what would it be?
Go out and explorer, push the boundaries to devour as much as humanly possible, one day one will make this a leisure travel.
What are you looking forward to the most on this trip?
Being in a different continent alone is new heights, meeting up new people, learning, sharing of ideas, make a difference that can positively contribute to other and myself.
Tell us something fun about yourself that most people don’t know?
I love anime, most principals in life are as a result of expressing true feelings and intentions in the most transparent way, never hold back the opportunity to exhaust time spent with others which provides an assurance of no regrets and knowing that one has played their part in a collaboration.
What is the one thing that you cannot travel without?
If you could live in any other country where would you live?
What country has the best food?
Still yet evaluate.
What is your least favourite thing about travelling?
Being a tall and considerable big size individual, I may find it challenging to have the right size fit comfortable travelling arrangement, but not that very concern as major Americans are my size.
How will u be putting the SA in the USA?
A tricky one, if I could would carry some of my african cuisine to the states, demonstration of an african ubuntu.