As part of 6 series instalment of our annual Keynote event now held via zoom, Managing Partner Benson Koh launched our very own Reserve Inventory System, a property management app for our clients.
“It’s never a better time to do so as we have to do things very differently from now. Since value adding is the key to our business, we’d move ahead of our peers and have this period for our team to be more effective to our clients”
You can watch the launch video and take humour from the actors and actresses whom are all part of TeamSRI.
In Part 2 of SRI Keynote series which was conducted via Zoom with over 600 attendees, Managing Director Tony Koe shares the evolvement of how the real estate agency business has changed over the past 15 years of his experience and his vision for TeamSRI.
Taking the chance to thank everyone, he unveils the Top Achievers, Leaders, Project Achievers and Rookies within his segment. “Though it was unfortunate that we cannot do this in a proper setting to celebrate your success, we will find another proper time to do so once the Circuit Breaker period is over”.
Congratulations to Michele Chew for her promotion as the General Manager for SRI! The Team is obviously elated and it was a well deserved promotion for her hard work and dedication.
Revealing our Executive Committee (EXCO) members for the first time, Tony introduced the four main pillars namely Training, Media, IT and Events. As these members are key leaders to TeamSRI, they will be assisting the L1 Management team in improving and making pivotal decisions so as to enhance our team members’ journey in SRI.
Head investment advisory & Strategist Harvey Chia will address to TeamSRI this coming Monday on part 3 of Keynote series with analysis of 2020 private residential market.
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HDB appoints three new members to its board
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Private home prices, HDB resale prices up in Q3
on October 1, 2020 at 4:00 am
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REDAS calls for ABSD deferral for first-time upgraders
on September 30, 2020 at 3:49 am
REDAS President Chia Ngiang Hong believes the six-month deferral would ease the cash crunch facing first-time HDB upgraders to private properties or […]
MinLaw to restrict number of owners a proxy can represent at general meetings for en bloc sales
on September 30, 2020 at 3:18 am
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Demand for shoebox apartments drop amid recession
on September 29, 2020 at 4:44 am
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