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AREC 2017 over for another year and we can’t wait to return in 2018!

AREC 2017 over for another year and we can’t wait to return in 2018!

June 1, 2017

Across Sunday and Monday 4,500 people attended AREC (Australian Real Estate Conference), one of the world’s largest real estate conferences on Australia’s Gold Coast. It was a fantastic couple of days with some brilliant keynote speakers including Gary Vaynerchuk (American entrepreneur turned social media pioneer and four-time New York Times bestselling author) talking about the importance of amplifying your digital audience and Chris Voss (former FBI negotiation expert and CEO of BlackSwan) defining the first step to a good negotiation is getting the client to say “that’s right”!

Our stand attracted many interesting conversations which we look forward to continuing in the days to come. It was motivating to see the excitement of the agents witnessing first-hand how our Photo Styling™ and Furnish™ worked and to see the benefit of these in their lounge room conversations. There was plenty of interest from markets we are yet to establish ourselves in such as New Zealand and Western Australia, as well as great support from our existing clients in the rest of Australia.

A very informative and inspiring few days spent networking and learning from the best in real estate. We can’t wait to see what the next AREC has in store.

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