Tuesday December 1, 2020

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

8th March, 2020
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Johanna Gill of C&W: ‘Most areas of the industry offer great flexibility’

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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