Real Estate Sales Event Wrap Up – Day 2

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The 2018 Real Estate Sales Event (RESE) has successfully wrapped up at The W in Brisbane, with more than 220 agents from across Australia in attendance.

Discussing a variety of topics, speakers included Mat Steinwede, Marcus Chiminello, Matt Lahood, Andrew Coronis, Cynthia Morton, Julie Masters, Pauline Nguyen, Justin Nickerson, Alexandra Porter, Haesley Cush, Nyree Ewings, Sherrie Storor, Jesse Willcox, Toby Johnstone and Dick Karlsson.

Event Organiser Karuna Dimelow said the event, which was opened up to the industry for the first time this year was a great success.

“Previously we organized RESE exclusively for our Coronis sales team but this year we wanted to collaborate with the industry and make it available for anyone to attend,” Ms Dimelow said.

“It was a bit of a gamble, given the amount of conferences currently on offer in the industry, but I think what differentiated RESE was that it was more personalized in a classroom setting, attendees could ask the speakers questions, the price point was affordable and we created a holistic program that focused on winning business and real estate but also technology, mindset, emotional fitness and wealth creation.

“It was awesome to meet so many agents from Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Mackay as well as SEQ and hear their feedback on the event… it sounds like they really enjoyed the variety of speakers and topics and that they were able to take away some real strategies that will make a difference to their business when implemented.

Emcee of Day 2 and keynote speaker Tom Panos said the lineup of speakers was a brilliant combo.

“What RESE did well was combine actionable ‘what and how’ moments and complimented them with inspirational stories, case studies and role models,” Mr Panos said.

In the coming days, we will be featuring extended videos of each presenter’s session – watch out for them – we will let you know when they become available!

 

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