Gibbs Gille­spie short­listed for ‘Best Agent’ in na­tional award scheme

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LO­CAL in­de­pen­dent es­tate agent Gibbs Gille­spie is pleased to an­nounce that they have been short­listed by Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work, a na­tional net­work of in­de­pen­dent es­tate agents, for the 2014 Best Agent Greater London Re­gion Award.

The win­ner will be an­nounced dur­ing a black tie awards din­ner be­ing held at the Park Plaza River­bank Ho­tel, in London, to­mor­row (Novem­ber 14). The awards din­ner closes Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s an­nual Na­tional Con­fer­ence, which this year is hosted by ac­claimed com­edy ac­tor, Stephen Man­gan.

Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s 2014 Best Agent Greater London Re­gion Award is an an­nual prize for the agent that has con­sis­tently made the best over­all con­tri­bu­tion to the net­work through­out the year.

To reach this stage of the award pro­gramme, agents must demon­strate ex­cel­lent cus­tomer ser­vice, in­de­pen­dent business ini­tia­tives, lo­cal mar­ket share and a com­mit­ment to the Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work prin­ci­ples.

Paul Gille­spie, found­ing part­ner said: “We are thrilled to be short­listed for Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s Best Agent Re­gional Award, es­pe­cially as it recog­nises the hard work and com­bined ef­fort, com­mit­ment and en­thu­si­asm of our en­tire team. Fin­gers crossed for a win on the night!”

Richard Tucker, Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s man­ag­ing di­rec­tor com­mented: “As a net­work of in­de­pen­dent es­tate agents, made up of 16 re­gions across Eng­land, Scot­land and Wales, our re­gional awards recog­nise the agents that have most suc­cess­fully demon­strated out­stand­ing in­de­pen­dent business ini­tia­tives, and em­braced the Net­work prin­ci­ples. Con­grat­u­la­tions to Gibbs Gille­spie for their well-de­served nom­i­na­tion.”

For fur ther in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Kelly McNally at Gibbs Gille­spie: 020 8869 9863 km­c­nally@gibbs-gille­spie.co.uk

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