A network for women working in the residential property industry has signed up a trio of high-profile sponsors.
Residential property industry suppliers Moneypenny, LFS Minerva and CY Training Works have all signed up to support the Women In Residential Property (WIRP) group.
Bernadette Bennett, head of legal sector at Moneypenny, said: “Having worked with conveyancers, estate agents and housebuilders for over a decade, we’re well-aware of the ever-changing challenges and opportunities that the residential property sector faces.
“Customer experience remains a key priority, as well as the need to reduce pressure on those within the industry. We’re thrilled to be partnering with WIRP and look forward to working closely with members to glean further insights and offer our valuable support.”
Ben Mills, commercial director of LFS Minerva, added: “The property buying and selling process was really in need for a complete end to end onboarding solution to help law firms speed up transactions but most importantly improve client service.
“Being a part of WIRP means we can look forwards to meeting new people, understand the market even better and make new friends.”
Emma Vigus, founder and chair of WIRP, said the support will help the group hold more events.
She said: “Bringing three new sponsors on board bears testament to the increasing importance of WIRP and its role in facilitating collaboration and knowledge sharing across the residential property industry.
“Moneypenny, LFS Minerva and CY Training Works join long standing sponsors Groundsure, SDL Surveying and tmgroup.
“Their collective support will allow us to host more online and offline events and to raise more money for the charity Ella’s which supports women who’ve been the victims of trafficking and modern slavery”