Lianne Friedman CV
Lianne Friedman is the young and lively CEO of EconoServ. One would think that she has achieved it all but this only marks the beginning of her milestones. Lianne started from the bottom. In proving her worth and working herself out of her position, she became a senior consultant, consulting manager and general manager before her latest role as CEO. She however, had greater aspirations as she has her eye on the ultimate goal of growing the business.
She is highly publicized on TV, radio and articles both printed and online. She has appeared on ENCA, Business Day Live, SABC1, PowerFM, SAFM and ClassicFM, discussing BEE, EE and its developments. She has also been featured on Fin24 and other media publications. She wrote the article “Breaking the prejudice barrier” for News24 for woman’s month in august 2016 (both being female and under the age of 30 in her position).
She is both a leader and a mentor to the people she works with and has an open door policy. She is a source of inspiration to those who wish for greater heights. She is also passionate and dedicated to the transformation of individuals, the economy and the country as a whole. She has worked with a multitude of multinational companies in assisting with business services and is dedicated to providing the best quality service.
EconoServ was founded in 2005; it has been in operation since, providing high quality solutions for common business problems. It has developed some revolutionary concepts for accounting, Black Economic Empowerment and HR solutions to make each common business problem an easy growth point.
EconoServ has two divisions, EconoBEE and EconoHR. EconoBEE is a management consultancy specializing in Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and the elements of BEE and EconoHR consults on HR issues related to statutory compliance with the Employment Equity Act, Basic Conditions of Employment and the Labour Relations act.
Both of these divisions have seen tremendous growth under her leadership and have seen a steady growth in the number of clients and staff.