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Our third and final Raise the Bar Real Estate breakfast for 2015 was another morning full of value bombs for real estate business professionals. Peter Camphin and Brendan Whipps shared with us their experience, insights and thoughts on what they see the ‘great’ real estate businesses doing, what can be improved, and what to avoid.
Keep an eye out on the businessDEPOT website for more value bombs from Peter and Brendan from today’s event. I offer a big thank you to our speakers for taking the time to give us their insights at the third Raise the Bar Real Estate Breakfast in our ‘Performance’ series.
That’s a wrap for the Raise the Bar Real Estate breakfasts for 2015. Thanks to all of the gurus who gave their time to deliver their expert insights to the audience members. I hope this insight will enable you all to raise the bar in your real estate business in 2016 and beyond!
See you in 2016 for more empowering events for real estate businesses!
Peter Camphin - Loan Market
Peter has been in the property industry for over 35 years and has experience in all aspects of agency practice and franchise development. As the ex CEO of Ray White Qld, Peter has seen businesses come and go but has a knowledge of the industry that demands respect whether you are just starting out or thinking of succession.
Peter knows what works in the industry and has a strong focus on the importance on people and leadership.
Although still advising the Ray White Group, Peter’s attention is now focused more on the Living Here and Loan Market franchises.
Brendan Whipps - Harcourts Queensland
Brendan is CEO for Harcourts Queensland. In his role with Harcourts, Brendan is responsible for driving internal growth through the development of Harcourts’ existing business, as well as recruiting new talent and offices within Queensland.
Brendan has a huge amount of experience growing and strengthening the national presence of a real estate brand and has been within the industry for over 22 years. He’s owned and operated an independent agency, and been responsible for the strategic leadership of both a 300-plus franchise and company-owned real estate businesses.