Bianca Pohlmann

“I do what I love and love what I do.”

Bianca has been in the corporate world for over 11 years and her fields of experience are both diverse and complimentary. Having studies ranging from Public Relations, Marketing, Events and Leadership together with her experience in organisation, hospitality, administration and stunts it has culminated to where she finds herself today.

Her primary focus is corporate training and facilitating the learning process primarily in soft skills. She has a passion for the industry and thrives on seeing people grow and develop in their careers. She has facilitated learning interventions which include frontline and customer care, telesales, emotional intelligence, time management, conflict resolution, assertiveness skills, presentations skills, event management, business etiquette, personality behaviour profiling, business writing and basic computer literacy. Her philosophy is that good relationships make for good business and puts a strong focus on the importance of relationship and how to initiate and optimise relationships.

Bianca believes that the relationships with the people that she has worked with over the years has been quintessential in who she is today as she has had the opportunity to work for and with some great “movers & shakers from whom she has learned invaluable corporate and life lessons.
Bianca has trained people all over SA from companies such as:

Anglo America                       


Anglo Platinum                      


BAE Systems



PPC Cement

Cell C

RAM Hand to Hand Couriers






SA institute of Chartered Accountants

Dept of Transport

SA institute of Civil Engineers


Standard Bank

Kumba Iron Ore




Bianca’s business also includes event coordination, event décor, branding & promotional items, make up artistry, photography and experiential marketing, including stunts.

“I believe and teach that attitude makes or breaks the effectiveness of an employee. With the right attitude the needed skills can be acquired.”


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