Tomorrow sees the Relocation Agent Network’s first in-person conference since 2019.
The event, at the Metropole Hilton in Birmingham, will focus on shifts and trends in estate agency management and the broader real estate economy in general.
Keynote speaker Roger Martin-Fogg leads off the event with his well-known blend of economic, policy and political expertise.
Other speakers include Kate Ancketill, futurist and founder of GDR Creative, sharing insights on high street and on-line commerce.
These are joined by numerous well-known voices in agency including Peter Brodnicki, head of the Mortgage Advice Bureau, Nathan Emerson, chief executive of Propertymark and other leading figures.
The day’s events and the evening’s black-tie awards banquet will be hosted by tech-journalist Georgie Barratwith evening entertainment by Mudhen.
The RAN staff and network members are joined by exhibitors and sponsors showcasing a selection of products and services.
Angels Media, publisher of Estate Agent Today, is the Media Sponsor for RAN Live! 2021; property portal OnTheMarket.com will be returning for a third year as platinum sponsor and will be present in the Exhibition Hall alongside awards sponsor Vaboo, digital sponsor, Giraffe360.
RAN LIVE! 2021 reflects the engagement of the new owner of the brand, US-headquartered Dwellworks, provider of destination and related housing services for relocating executives and the global workforce.
Dwellworks looks to expand activity for the RAN membership through its relocation clients, and through links between RAN and Dwellworks’ in-house real estate brokerage, Station Cities, based in New York, Chicago, and Seattle with additional real estate offices in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Andrew Scott, Dwellworks EMEA VP and Managing Director for RAN says: “We expect this event to be exceptional. The members are eager to connect n person with each other, with our team, and with the top-flight industry experts speaking at and sponsoring this event. The global perspective is an added dimension this year, as we look at growth in 2022 and beyond.”