Building equality for women in the property sector
The representation of women in real estate and construction has traditionally been poor, but things are changing. We spoke to a number of women who are challenging the idea that it’s a man’s world
Today is International Women’s Day 2020, and this year’s campaign motto is: “An equal world is an enabled world”. To that end, Property Plus has taken a look under the lid of what is considered to be a male-dominated sector to find and celebrate the women in business in the property industry.
Real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) reached out to highlight the leading roles held by its dynamic...
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