By David Doyle, David Doyle David Doyle 2010-02-05T09:46:00+00:00
Charles Curtis and Sara Brooks, founders of Young Surveyors: The Next Generation, spoke to PWTV about their networking group and how young surveyors are coping in the difficult market.
Curtis, of Finn & Company, and Brooks, of King Sturge, who met whilst studying real estate management at Oxford Brookes, also discussed their plans for the group and the events they have coming up.
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