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Tuesday, 14 November 2017
8.30am - 5.00pm
Australian Technology Park - 2 Locomotive Street, Eveleigh

The REINSW Women in Real Estate Conference is back! Now in its 11th year, this year’s conference is set to be bigger and better than ever before!

A day of inspiring speakers, professional motivation and stories of encouragement, giveaways, and more - all topped off with champagne and networking.
       
  EARLY BIRD PRICING NOW AVAILABLE!
Ends Friday, 29 September 2017 at 5pm

Members - $430 per person
Non-members - $500 per person



GROUP DISCOUNT
When you buy five (5) or more tickets, receive 20% off your group price!
To receive this offer, please fill out this registration form and email it to events@reinsw.com.au

GENERAL TICKET PRICE
Members - $480 per person
Non-members - $550 per person

 
     
  Featured speakers

Tracey Fellows is REA Group’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for driving the company’s strategy, operations and global investments. With more than 25 years’ experience working with IT businesses, Tracey is passionate about technology, innovation and building highly skilled teams to help change the way the world experiences property.

She joined REA Group in 2014 and has seen the company expand into Asia, India and North America, as well as acquiring and developing new brands locally in Australia. Under her leadership, the company has grown to now have more than 1,400 people globally, and has been named as one of the top companies to work for in Australia.
 

Tracey joined REA Group from Australia Post where she was responsible for the physical and digital mail. Prior to this, she held several senior roles with Microsoft, including Vice President for the Asia-Pacific region and CEO of Microsoft Australia.

Tracey holds a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University. She sits on the board for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation and the APEC Business Advisory Council.

Susanne King is currently a Senior Executive at Insentra, working as a Master Peak Performance Coach for Anthony Robbins, Head Facilitator at Basic Bananas, Head Coach for a leading Australian Real Estate firm, Director of The Ministry of Branding and Impacteurs.

With over a decade of business consulting experience for companies BHP, Rio Tinto, Newcrest, IPAC and AMP Susanne King has worked globally in assisting business leaders to optimally perform and lead their teams to achieve greater success. After completing a B. Economics at Sydney University, Susanne spent over five years travelling Australia working with people from all levels, from CEO’s, General Managers, work teams and entrepreneurs. Susanne is passionate about seeing business leaders and coaching practitioners stand out in unique ways, empower their teams for greater performance, and to thrive in life.
Susanne firmly believes that “your message is your mission” and she is passionate about seeing business leaders and coaching practitioners “get famous” by helping them to develop their own unique brand and take their message to world. Susanne is known for challenging individuals and business leaders to think differently, push outside comfort zones, achieve more, make a greater impact and create a lifestyle they love. She encourages disciplines of human excellence, self-leadership and celebration.

Amanda Farmer is a strata lawyer and the host of the Your Strata Property podcast. With over 14 years’ experience in the sector, Amanda’s unique approach to the marketing and delivery of legal services ensures she stands out in an increasingly crowded marketplace.

Due to high demand, Amanda’s podcast has expanded to include an online membership community for strata owners and managers seeking information and resources for community living.

Amanda is also the founder of Women in Strata, a networking and support group for women working in strata management. Amanda sits on the Council of the Australian College of Community Association Lawyers.

Lisa Claes is the Chief Executive Officer for CoreLogic International. She has more than 20 years of financial services experience at an executive level across general management, strategy, sales, operations and corporate governance.

Lisa joined CoreLogic in 2016 as Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand. Early in 2017 her accountabilities extended to leading the international businesses for CoreLogic which include operations in the U.K. as well as expansion into global emerging markets.

Lisa brings a well-formed view of client and consumer requirements in an increasingly data-driven and client-focused marketplace.
A barrister earlier in her career, Lisa is also active on several boards and not-for-profits, including serving as the chair of LIXI, the Australian lending industry consortium that develops and maintains data standards.

Well-recognised in the Australian banking and financial services industry for her thought leadership, Lisa regularly publishes and presents on key issues and trends shaping the future.

Leanne Pilkington is General Manager of real estate group Laing+Simmons. Leanne has more than 25 years in the industry, developing an extensive knowledge of the full spectrum of real estate services, including residential sales, property management, retail management and development.

Overseeing the whole Laing+Simmons group as well as focusing on the growth and development of each franchise, Leanne is instrumental in developing new products, services and training systems to meet the varying needs of each member of the group.
 
Leanne joined the Laing+Simmons group in 1995 as a Franchise and Administration Manager. In 1997 she was promoted to Marketing Manager and became General Manager in 2000. 

Leanne was a finalist in the 2004 Telstra Business Woman of the Year and completed her Masters Degree in Business Administration at the University of Western Sydney in 2005. She used Laing+Simmons as her research subject in her thesis which analysed the attitudes and expectations of business owners, sales people and consumers. This has contributed to a strong grasp of issues that affect the real estate group and the NSW property market generally.

Tracy Bevan moved to Australia from England when she married cricketing legend, Michael Bevan, in 1994. It was Tracy who helped set up the McGrath Foundation following her best friend Jane McGrath's diagnosis and experience with breast cancer.

Tracy remains one of the driving forces behind the McGrath Foundation and is dedicated to increasing breast awareness in young people while raising much-needed funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia. 

In her current role, Tracy is an Ambassador and Director at the McGrath Foundation.

Robyn Hobbs is the NSW Small Business Commissioner OAM, leading a team that provides advocacy, dispute resolution and business support services for small businesses in New South Wales.

Robyn has worked in a diverse range of sectors and has held senior executive positions with the State Chamber of Commerce, Sydney Opera House, and the City of Sydney and is a passionate place maker.

Robyn received an OAM in 2009 for her services to the community founding Carols in the Domain and raising funds for the Salvation Army.
 
  Details

 

DATE

 Tuesday, 14 November 2017

TIME

 8.30am - 5.00pm

VENUE

 Australian Technology Park
 2 Locomotive Street
Eveleigh

CPD

12 CPD Points
Learning Category 3

To obtain your CPD points, you will need to complete an online assessment which will be emailed to you after the event. 

       
  EARLY BIRD PRICING NOW AVAILABLE!
Ends Friday, 29 September 2017 at 5pm

Members - $430 per person
Non-members - $500 per person



GROUP DISCOUNT
When you buy five (5) or more tickets, receive 20% off your group price!
To receive this offer, please fill out this registration form and email it to events@reinsw.com.au

GENERAL TICKET PRICE
Members - $480 per person
Non-members - $550 per person

 
     
  Proudly supporting 
 
We are pleased to announce we are proudly supporting the McGrath Foundation through the 2017 Women in Real Estate Conference.



Every breast cancer experience is different. That's why the McGrath Foundation aims to make life that little bit easier for individuals and families experiencing breast cancer.

The McGrath Foundation raise money to place specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses wherever they're needed, and make understanding breast health a priority.

Find out more about the McGrath Foundation >>>
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Find out about past Women in Real Estate Conferences:
2016     |     2015     |     2014     |     2013     |    2012     |     2011     |     2010     |     2009     |     2008      |     2007