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Insight Recap: Property Profits

Each month Insight explores a topic that is relevant to the rapidly evolving world or work.  This month’s topic, Property Profits, is particularly relevant to The Office Space as it’s the sector that we play in as a serviced office provider. Property is a major contributor to Australia’s economic outlook.  Our nation is quite literally built upon our construction, commercial, and residential real estate economies.

To give us an expert insight into each of these markets, we featured 3 guests from each of the property sectors:

Residential: Ivan Bresic, who started a real estate internship at age 17 and in 2003 partnered with Shannan Whitney to from Bresic Whitney from a two-man band to a team around 100 staff within 4 offices located in Darlinghurst, Glebe, Balmain & Hunters Hill.

Construction: Josephine Sukkar AM,  Principal and Co-Owner (with her husband Tony) of Buildcorp which employs over 300 staff and has revenue of $500 million. She Chairs Buildcorp’s charitable entity the Buildcorp Foundation, and is President of Australian Women’s Rugby (amongst many other board and executive positions she holds).

Commercial: Barrie Barton, the founder of Right Angle Studio, a company on a mission to understand and improve life in our cities.  Their placemaking prowess is sought by commercial property developers and institutional landlords to create commercially and culturally successful urban environments. Learn about the mistakes property developers often make when envisaging a precinct, the hot Sydney suburbs to invest in, and how to build a multimillion dollar business (and stay married!) https://vimeo.com/356568052

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