Posted by: housingdabble | November 17, 2009

The Negotiator Awards 2009

Negotiator Awards

On Wednesday 11th November I attended the Negotiator Magazine awards at the Hilton Hotel Park Lane. I was the guest of Henry Yates CEO of estatecreate, a company I have been glad to work with on their launch to the UK property/estate agency sector.

If you want to know a bit more about estatecreate you can visit their web site or read my previous post explaining how it works, but in a nutshell it is a tool that enables agents to give their vendors an individual property web site to showcase their property.

estatecreate were excited to have been nominated for the Innovation award and well aware of the exposure that being involved in the event would have for the business. We (notice it is now “we”) were even more excited when it was announced that we had won the award and made our way on to the stage to collect the award.

The judges of the 2009 Awards reads like a Who’s Who of Estate Agency. They included:

Peter Bolton King, CEO, NAEACollecting Innovation Award

Nicholas Leeming, Corporate Client Director, Property Finder

 Mr Bill McClintock, COO, The Property Ombudsman Service

Peter Rollings, Managing Director, Marsh & Parsons

 Mr Ken Waller, Former Chief Executive of Connells Residential

 John McGrath, CEO, McGrath Estate Agents 


It was also really good to meet some people that I’ve had considerable contact with online and was able to eventually meet face to face. We had a great night and thanks goes to everyone at Negotiator Magazine, particularly Claire Bettelley, for putting on such a great evening.

All-Award winners

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