Property educators are being urged to collaborate, learn, and shape the future of property education at The Property Investors Bureau Property Educators Summit.
The invitation-only industry event aims to improve standards, foster collaboration, and add value to their business by providing a neutral environment to engage in discussions, share insights, and explore innovative approaches to property education.
Attendees can join three industry workshops that cover key topics relevant to the property education sector: Discover the Power of Strategic Collaborations: Unlock Your Business Potential, presented by Hanif Khan, angel investor and strategy and partnership specialist; Discover the Keys to Legally Protecting Yourself and Your Valued Customers! presented by David Smith (pictured), partner in JMW Solicitors; and The Future of the Property Investment Industry: Exploring the Metaverse and AI, presented by Daniel Colaianni, CEO of AIXR.
Attendees can also take part in a Property Educators Town Hall event, facilitated by Cyril Thomas, Property Investors Bureau chairman.
This event will provide a platform for property educators to connect with industry leaders, engage in stimulating discussions, and build a supportive community.
'The Property Educators Summit 2023 is a pivotal event that brings together the brightest minds in property education,'� says Thomas (pictured).
'We believe that by fostering collaboration and encouraging innovative thinking, we can shape the future of property education and elevate industry standards to new heights.'�
Tickets for the summit - at the luxury Biltmore Hotel in London on 14th July - cost �299 +VAT for Property Education Accreditation Scheme (PEAS) members and �499 +VAT for non-members. Non-members must apply for their PEAS accreditation and will then receive a 25% discount on their ticket price. Apply for PEAS accreditation here.
LandlordZONE backs the PEAS initiative and is a member of its 'social council'. PEAS was set up to help reform and reshape the property educators sector, and help investors looking for training to find 'the good guys'.