AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY INSTITUTE

API National Conference secures PRP Principal Partnership

Greg Sugars and Amelia Hodge
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INDEPENDENT property valuers and consultants Preston Rowe Paterson has become the Principal Partner of the Australian Property Institute 2021 National Property Conference.

The Conference, to be held on October 13th -15th on the Gold Coast, is the key event on the API’s annual calendar, attracting property professionals across Australia.

“We are very proud to invest in the health of the profession, its people and its future but most importantly the futures of our own team of amazing people,” PRP CEO Greg Sugars said.

“Through its innovation and forward thinking, the API’s State of Emergency Protocols enabled us to continue trading during COVID-19. Now it’s time to join together with fellow professionals and colleagues and help grow our profession, attract new and diverse people to the industry and showcase all that we do.” Sugars said.

API CEO Amelia Hodge said the institute is proud to be working with PRP.

“We very much appreciate the support of PRP as an extension of their investment in the current and future of the property profession in Australia and across the ditch,”

“Our API National Property Conference in 2021 will be a great opportunity for API’s members and key client and industry stakeholders to come together to share insights and celebrate our profession’s important contribution to the Australian economy across many sectors. Thank you for this investment in the API as support to our members. We are proud to be working with PRP in this regard.” Hodge concluded.

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