Fine & Country is embarking on its Autumn Regional Tour this month.
This events across the UK bring together industry professionals, business owners, and managers for a series of informative and insightful meetings among the premium estate agency’s executives.
The Autumn Regional Tour will focus on what it takes to succeed in 2024, offering attendees a completed one-page action plan to guide their path to success. Each meeting will feature standout Fine & Country agents who consistently achieve 2-2.5% fees as well as an upfront marketing contribution.
Agents in the spotlight include Ben Madden, Jonathan Handford, Lee Armstrong, Sarah Tuer, and Ed Taylor. These accomplished agents will share their strategies for achieving attractive fees and market growth, outlining their plans for thriving in 2024. The key elements of focus during these sessions will revolve around brand, culture, and data, leading to the creation of a lead generation and retention strategy, utilising the unique tools available to Fine & Country agents.
Each event of the tour will kick off with an overview of the property market and a glimpse into Fine & Country's plan for elevating the premium brand to new heights in 2024, presented by Fine & Country managing director Nicky Stevenson.
She said: "Our regional meetings offer a unique opportunity for business owners and managers to network with their peers, share valuable insights, and explore success stories that can benefit agents within their region.
"We are committed to providing our network with in-depth insights into the regional property market and the behaviours of the local audience. Understanding these factors is essential for building a thriving estate agency business and establishing oneself as the agent of choice within the region."
The dates for the regional meetings are:
1st November: South West - Exeter
2nd November: Wales - Abergavenny
14th November: South East - Tunbridge Wells
15th November: London
21st November: East Anglia - Cambridge
22nd November: North East
28th November: North West
29th November: Midlands