CARTUS Broker Conference 2018
Local estate agent Pygott & Crone, Relocation Agent Network member for Lincolnshire, has just returned from the Cartus Broker Network Conference in Boca Raton, Florida.
The conference brought together over 700 Cartus Broker Network members from across the United States for a dynamic event that included an awards celebration as well as an agenda of interactive workshops, roundtable discussions, and executive presentations. Conference speakers included Ryan Schneider, CEO of Realogy Corporation; Jeff Evans, mountaineer and adventurer; and Steve Connell, playwright, performer and motivational speaker.
Pygott & Crone attended the conference as one of the leading members of Relocation Agent Network, an organisation made up of estate agents across England, Scotland and Wales. As a Network member, Pygott & Crone has been selected to be the area’s Local Expert, specialising in helping out of town buyers moving to the area.
Commenting on the event, Kevin Scrupps said: “Having attended the Cartus U.S. Conference for the last four years, we were delighted to be invited once again as the Relocation Agent of the Year 2018. The event certainly met our expectations and it gave our us another great opportunity to gain a new perspective on how we can apply some of the best practices from the US to help our customers here in the UK.”
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