MONDAY, 26 JUNE 2017 5:30 PM – 9 PM THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CHARTERED SURVEYORS (RICS) RICS HEADQUARTERS, PARLIAMENT SQUARE, LONDON, SW1P 3AD
NETWORKING EVENT AT MIPIM 2017 WEDNESDAY, 15 MARCH 2017 5 PM – 7 PM 8th FLOOR, 7 LA CROISETTE, CANNES, FRANCE RE:WOMEN joined up with Intertrust to host a drinks reception at MIPIM for women and men in real estate who want to celebrate diversity in our industry. Lively evening, full of cool people, wine,…
ENABLING “BOLD” ACTIONS TO ACHIEVE GENDER PARITY WEDNESDAY, 8 MARCH 2017 12:30 PM – 2 PM BNP PARIBAS REAL ESTATE 5 ALDERMANBURY SQUARE, LONDON EC2V 7BP In this event, we welcomed Ainslie McLennan from TH Real Estate and Dr Clare Eriksson from RICS to help us celebrate International Women’s Day. The event was kindly hosted by BNP…
Networking Isn’t Easy, but It Is Crucial for Women in Real Estate TUESDAY, 31 January 2016 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM WEWORK, OLD STREET, LONDON 41 CORSHAM STREET, LONDON N1 6DR Women executives trail men in connections that can help their careers. So let’s learn how to strategize during networking events to make important new connections. According…
In this session, we helped our delegates to identify and set targets for their career progression. We showed them how to plan where and how to take their careers to the next level without losing the flexibility to seize opportunity. This event took place on Tuesday, 6 December, 2016 at WeWork Old Street, London. Three key points…
Shared Parenthood, Organisational Culture & Business Success THURSDAY, 16 JUNE 2016 8:00 AM – 11:00AM WEWORK, PADDINGTON, LONDON 2 Eastbourne Terrace, W2 6LG RE:WOMEN were delighted to host this special event on Careers and Parenting Responsibilities for both men and women in the real estate industry. It was a great opportunity to learn more about shared responsibilities at home, new legislation and opportunities for…
Gender Pay Gap: Is Women’s Work Given the Same Value as Men’s? EDIT TUESDAY, 17 MAY 2016 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM SAVILLS Unex House, 132-134 Hills Rd, CB2 8PA CAMBRIDGE Despite a 50:50 intake at graduate level, and equal or even better qualifications, very few women hold the top roles in real estate when compared…
Female Leadership: What Women’s Advancement Looks Like in the Workplace WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY 2016 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM BOODLE HATFIELD, LONDON 240 BLACKFRIARS ROAD SE1 8NW Gender parity – including that of achieving senior positions in the private sector – is not only a pressing moral and social issue but also a critical economic challenge for businesses….
Women, Know Your Place
A joint Women in Planning, Urbanistas & Real Estate Women [RE:WOMEN] event, curated by Women of the World.
Have you ever asked yourself what cities would look like if women were in charge of planning, designing and investing in them?
A joint Society of Property Researchers [SPR] & Real Estate Women [RE:WOMEN] event, hosted by Pollard Thomas Edwards with Cleo Folkes, Kim Politzer and Teresa Borsuk. Chaired by RE:WOMEN CEO Maria Wiedner
Watch it Online: At King & Wood Mallesons Speakers: Alison Nimmo, CEO at The Crown Estate Victoria Hall, Head of Corporate Finance UK, AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets Mary Finnigan, European Counsel at WeWork Chair: Helen Murcott, Counsel, King & Wood Mallesons Pictures by Carl Sloan
At British Land Speakers Lucinda Bell, CFO at British Land Brian Bickell, CEO at Shaftesbury Jessica Hardman, Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Transactions, UK & Ireland Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management Jessica Louise Neale, Apprentice Surveyor at CBRE
Speakers Neena Thakkar, Business Director at Pollard Thomas Edwards Tania Hible, Director at Aitchison Raffety
At Savills, Margaret Street, London Speakers: Lucinda Bell, CFO at British Land Melanie Leech, CEO at British Property Federation Noel McGonigle, HR Director at Savills
Sponsored by Winberg Associates At All Bar One, Oxford Circus, London
At Gardiner & Theobald, London Speakers: Charlotte Thatcher, Director at Thatcher Consulting Stephanie Picton, Partner at Gardiner & Theobald Paula Hirst, Fellow at Future Cities Catapult and Director at Disruptive Urbanism
At Brown Rudnick, London Speakers: Omega Poole, Partner at Brown Rudnick Cecile Imbault, Transaction Support Manager, Grosvenor Fiona Rice, Executive Coach at Fiona Rice Coaching; Programme Director of the Women in Law Leadership Programme at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School
At University College London With Women in Planning & Urbanistas Speakers: Neena Thakkar, Business Director at Pollard Thomas Edwards Natalie Bayfield, CEO at Bayfield Training Liz Loughran, Director of Line Planning Lianne Hartley, Founder of Mend and Urbanistas Victoria Thornton, Founder of Open City
At Savills, Cambridge Speakers Emma Fletcher, Managing Director at SmithsonHill Anita Alli-Owe, CEO at Cambridge Property Consultants
At Mills & Reeve Speakers: Natalie Bayfield, CEO at Bayfield Training Liz Peace, CEO of the British Property Federation Naomi Hawkes, Barrister at 42 Bedford Row
At CBRE, Henrietta House, London Speakers: Eleonora Pulci, Director at CBRE Susain Cain, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Telereal Trillium Katie Metcalf, Partner at Gardner & Theobald
Speakers Janicka Bassis, President of the World Women in Real Estate (Paris) Lucy Cowen, Senior Consultant at Cobalt Recruitment Victoria Seifert, Barrister at Lamb Chambers
Speaker Laure Duhot, Managing Director – Strategic Capital Markets at Grainger PLC & Board Member at Grainger Trust
At Baker & McKenzie, London Speakers: Joanna Ludlam, Partner Dispute Resolution at Baker & Mckenzie Natalie Bayfield, CEO at Bayfield Training
Speaker: Philippa Gill, Head of Sustainability and Operations at Tishman & Speyer
Our inaugural event brought 12 women together at Le Pain Quotidien in Oxford Circus, London. Amazing friendships started here!