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Women are game changers
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We have been an actively involved sponsor of the Women’s Property Network (WPN), who will host their second annual Leadership Conference tomorrow 12 February.


The conference looks to discuss the various challenges and opportunities which women working across the real estate sector value chain encounter.


This year’s theme, “Game Changers”, encourages women to become game changers, by taking an out of the box approach to their role in the industry. This includes the way women think position themselves and transform the sector.


It is our intention to provide our members with the tools needed to alter their business strategies, and enhance their businesses in order to be successful within the sector.


Entrepreneur Donna Rachelson will be the event host and the line-up of speakers includes; Phil Barttram, Vice President Real Estate MSCI; Zola Ntwasa (winner of the Entrepreneur Award in the 2015 SA Women in Property Awards); Shaun Rozyn, Director of Rozyn Economic Advisory Services and Cuan Chelin, Founder and CEO of Super-Brands Holdings.


Follow #WPN2016 on Twitter during the morning of 12 February, as we highlight the key topics and comments from the event.


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Occasional Visitor

I believe this topic is extremely important, especially nowadays, and we should talk more about that.

Regular Visitor

Women are real game-changers, and not only in terms of real estate sector. I can tell you something that happened yesterday. I was playing Dota 2, and my team was losing. I thought that it just wasn't our day, but when my girlfriend came from work, we started winning. I have no idea how she did it, but I guess my increased mood helped the team. Also, it was really pleasing to sell some items on, and of course, I thought it would be fair to buy some flowers for my girl.