Gabrielle is the founding CEO of Equiem, leading the business from its 2011 inception to become the world’s leading tenant experience platform, used by 165,000+ people across 60 million sq ft of prime commercial real estate worldwide.Continue reading “Podcast | Gabrielle McMillan”
Liz was Chief Executive of the British Property Federation for thirteen years until her retirement in 2014. She was awarded a CBE in 2008 for services to the property industry.Continue reading “Podcast | Liz Peace CBE”
Ryan Simonetti is the CEO and co-founder of Convene, the company that designs and services premium places to work, meet, and host inspiring events. His unique expertise in real estate acquisitions, development, and structured finance has helped catapult Convene to become a pioneer in the commercial real estate industry.
Brian qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1976. He joined Shaftesbury when it was formed in 1986, and was Finance Director from its float on the London Stock Exchange in 1987 until he became Chief Executive in 2011.
Chief Executive of Grainger, Helen Gordon, speaks to Susan Freeman about her career in real estate, and heading up the UK’s largest listed residential landlord.
James Saunders was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Quintain in October 2019.
James was previously Chief Operating Officer of Quintain and has been a main board director since 2017. As Chief Operating Officer, James led the place-making and estate management at Wembley Park, commercial partnerships, group marketing, IT and health and safety.
Sadie Morgan is a Co-Founding Director of leading architectural practice dRMM, along with Alex de Rijke and Philip Marsh. Over a 25-year career, Sadie has played a key role in the advocacy of exemplary design and architecture, through her professional practice and advisory roles. Read more about Sadie here.
This episode of PropertyShe asks:
Is your building more relevant to your health and wellbeing right now than your Doctor?
What does this mean for how landlords should think about their responsibility, and working with the tenants and other occupiers in its buildings?
What different attitudes are being seen between Europe, America, Asia?
Graeme is TfL’s Commercial Development Director and is responsible for its land and property across the capital. This includes an Estate Management function that manages over 5,500 acres of operational land and over 30 offices buildings across London.