Following 2019 awards, previous finalists give their views on changing attitudes to women in the industry
This is the time of year when most graduates traditionally start work following the completion of their undergraduate or post-graduate studies. It is an exciting month and a time when they start their career in their chosen profession, gain further independence, meet new people and start developing their professional experience.
Ayesha Ofori has launched PropElle which is a platform that offers property education, practical advice and guidance to women who invest in property.
The property industry is starting to do its bit to tackle the mental ill-health epidemic. Companies are discovering that as well as helping to overcome issues unique to the sector, investing in the wellbeing of employees improves retention rates and productivity.
It’s easy to take employment for granted. We establish a routine, learn new things, gain skills, make friends, earn money and progress through life. While this is a journey familiar to so many, for others this can seem out of reach.
Throughout their careers, most people will have received some level of career advice, be it from a manager, a friend, a parent or a colleague.
The property industry is working hard to shake off perceptions about it being synonymous with white men in blue suits. Discussing the gender, ethnicity and class divides, our property podcast brings together UK chair of the Urban Land Institute Vanessa Hale, Arcadis consultant Ayrton Dhillon and Greystar director Adina David ...