We are absolutely delighted to announce that the Lanzarote Business and Residents Association turns eight today! Since the association was founded we feel we have made a real difference in improving the situation for foreign residents living in Lanzarote, and visitors to the island. We also feel very confident about this year, and future developments for the LBRA!
Our membership continues to grow, and there is a real buzz now in the team about being able to offer even more services to our members and the general public here on the island. We are extremely happy with the continued support we have received from the Ayuntamientos and Cabildo of Lanzarote, who appreciate the benefit we bring to the island. By supporting our efforts here on the island, they are helping to ensure the future harmony between local residents and foreign residents who now call Lanzarote their home. In turn this will lead to the continuing development and success of businesses around the island, and long term economic growth.
 It is great that the vision of the founder of the LBRA, Daniel Trigg, to create an organisation to help foreign nationals residing in Lanzarote, continues to go from strength to strength all these years later. We couldn’t have achieved this success without our members though, and Daniel and the team would like to offer our many thanks to all our members and everyone who has supported us over the years.
 We have many exciting projects in development including a brand new, modern and interactive website, new initiatives in collaboration with the local councils, and of course more informative and entertaining videos, social media, and blog posts. We are looking forward to a great future with all of you, with much anticipation for a successful year ahead!
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For further information about the services that we offer please see this section of our blog > About us – See more at: http://lanzaroteassociation.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/the-lanzarote-business-and-residents.html#sthash.MP3iJskM.dpuf