Property prodigies wanted

THE WA division of the Property Council of Australia is seeking property prodigies.

Property Council of Australia chief executive officer Peter Verwer was in Perth last week to stimulate debate on the future direction of Perth’s property industry, and to launch the WA Future Directions Young Achiever Award.

“This will identify young people and sends a signal that this industry does not have glass ceilings,” Mr Verver said.

“It’s about ideas and being outstanding in any arena of property ... property is about imagination and willpower and leadership.”

Judging the award are: Hawaiian Management and Property Council WA vice-president Russell Gibbs; Federal Member for Curtin Julie Bishop; Head of Property at Curtin University Professor Dominique Fischer; and Australian Institute of Manage-ment executive director Patrick Cullen.

The winner, to be announced on Friday October 25, will take home $1000.

To enter, download a nomination kit at

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