|Date||8 June 2022|
|Time||17:00-18:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
Working overseas may not appeal to everyone and the working culture may be quite different to what you are used to, but there are undeniable benefits of gaining international exposure both professionally and in your own personal development.
In this webinar we are joined by RG10 Chair, David White and guest speakers Jack Haining, Philippa Gumley and Jason Traughber where they will be discussing their unique experiences of living and working in North America, as well as their top tips on how to make the most of international opportunities to advance your career. There will be an opportunity to ask our speakers questions during the event.
To register for the event, please click here.
Jack Haining (2014), Investment Manager, Grosvenor – during his career at Grosvenor Jack has been fortunate enough to work in Milan and London before moving to Vancouver to work for Grosvenor Americas where he oversees portfolio analytics and directly managing a portfolio of commercial assets.
Philippa Gumley (2015), Property Development Officer – City of Vancouver – after qualifying with Cushman & Wakefield in London where Philippa advised clients on student housing in their Capital Markets Group, she moved to Vancouver to oversee property development for the City of Vancouver.
Jason Traughber, Managing Consultant – RealFoundations – after a career in Chicago and New Orleans, Jason recently moved to London. He has 18 years of strategic advisory and implementation experience working with Investment Managers, Institutional Investors and Owner/Operators across asset classes in the US and EMEA.
About the RG10 Group:
The RG10 group was set-up to support alumni from the School of Real Estate and Planning who have graduated in the last 10 years. Run by a committee of recent graduates, its primary objective is to encourage and support early career alumni to build and maintain their networks in the industry. Through both formal and informal events such as Profile Talks, building tours, networking evenings and sports events, the group helps to foster and nurture relationships and networks which are invaluable within the industry, and all funds raised from the events are used to support the aims of the charity. The RG10 group also support the activities of RREF by becoming mentors and returning to campus to speak to students at the RREF Careers Fair and Evening Lectures.
If you are a Henley Real Estate Graduate of the last ten years, please join us on Henley Live. Simply Request to Join and then visit the Groups tab to search for RG10.
All funds raised from this event will be used to support the charitable activities of RREF, therefore please select the ticket price you feel comfortable paying. If you wish to contribute more regularly to RREF please click here.
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