Real Estate Business to support AREC

Real Estate Business to support AREC

23 October 2012 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Total Real Estate Training (TRET) has announced that it will partner with Real Estate Business for the 2013 Australasian Real Estate Conference (AREC).

To be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on 19 and 20 May 2013, AREC is the largest independent real estate conference and trade exhibition in Australia.

Real Estate Business is perfectly positioned to support AREC as the industry media partner, said TRET general manager Amanda Hunter.

Real Estate Business is well received by agents across the board and this makes the publication an influential partner for TRET to keep the industry informed throughout the build up to AREC as well as during the event,” she said.

“We are looking forward to utilising Real Estate Business’ online, print, broadcast and social media platforms to allow us to connect with industry members right across the country.

“This is a time of great change for the industry and the leadership role that AREC plays is well reflected in a media partner of Real Estate Business’ calibre – we’re very much looking forward to working with the team,” said Ms Hunter.

AREC is expected to attract over 3,000 real estate professionals in 2013. For 16 years it has delivered some of the best motivational speakers and educators and helped agents at all levels of skill and experience grow their businesses exponentially.

Registration for AREC 2013 is now open. Early bird tickets can now be purchased for $850. To register please click here now or visit http://www.tret.com.au.

Staff Reporter

Total Real Estate Training (TRET) has announced that it will partner with Real Estate Business for the 2013 Australasian Real Estate Conference (AREC).

To be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on 19 and 20 May 2013, AREC is the largest independent real estate conference and trade exhibition in Australia.

Real Estate Business is perfectly positioned to support AREC as the industry media partner, said TRET general manager Amanda Hunter.

Real Estate Business is well received by agents across the board and this makes the publication an influential partner for TRET to keep the industry informed throughout the build up to AREC as well as during the event,” she said.

“We are looking forward to utilising Real Estate Business’ online, print, broadcast and social media platforms to allow us to connect with industry members right across the country.

“This is a time of great change for the industry and the leadership role that AREC plays is well reflected in a media partner of Real Estate Business’ calibre – we’re very much looking forward to working with the team,” said Ms Hunter.

AREC is expected to attract over 3,000 real estate professionals in 2013. For 16 years it has delivered some of the best motivational speakers and educators and helped agents at all levels of skill and experience grow their businesses exponentially.

Registration for AREC 2013 is now open. Early bird tickets can now be purchased for $850. To register please click here now or visit http://www.tret.com.au.

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