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.
Key Executive Officer Nick Tan has unveiled the SRI Keynote 2020 efforts by addressing to TeamSRI this afternoon at 1pm. The event has been broken down into 6 part series where keynote speakers of our own have prepared and augmented the key messages to be delivered to the Team via Zoom as part of our Everyday 1PM series (E1P) training.
With its inauguration, Nick shares an unscripted video of some of our team mates and their experience in the agency. He then proceeds to recap what SRI has achieved for the past 4 years and reveals our brand new look for our website. Next Keynote speaker, Managing Director Tony Koe will reveal his segment at 1pm tomorrow.
The Business Times Real Estate News Feed
- UOL full-year profit dives 97% to S$13m; better second-half more than offsets H1 lossby Lee Meixian on February 26, 2021 at 9:50 pm
UOL Group's FY20 net profit plunged 97 per cent to S$13.1 million, from S$478.8 million a year earlier.
- Development charge rates up 0.3% for non-landed residential use, 1.5% cut for commercial useby Kalpana Rashiwala on February 26, 2021 at 9:50 pm
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- Development charge rates raised 0.3% for non-landed residential use, cut 1.5% for commercial useby Kalpana Rashiwala on February 26, 2021 at 9:31 am
THE Singapore government has cut the development charge (DC) rates for the commercial use group by an average of 1.5 per cent for the period March 1, […]
- Sias requests offer price revision, two-week extension for GL offerby Lee Meixian on February 26, 2021 at 5:47 am
INVESTOR watchdog Securities Investors Association (Singapore), or Sias, has called for GL's offeror to " seriously reconsider" improving the offer […]
- Sasseur Reit posts 18.8% rise in Q4 DPU to 1.935 S centsby Vivienne Tay on February 26, 2021 at 4:37 am
SASSEUR Real Estate Investment Trust (Sasseur Reit), which owns outlet malls in China, posted an 18.8 per cent rise in its distribution per unit […]
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- Government adopts consultative, calibrated approach in balancing heritage preservation with development needson February 25, 2021 at 6:28 pm
Ministry of National Development (MND) reveals that URA closely works with NHB as well as expert panels and key stakeholders to integrate heritage […]
- Dublin Lodge on sale for $67.55milon February 24, 2021 at 7:18 pm
Located in prime District 9, this works out to 2,500 per sq ft based on the 2,510.2 sq m (27,020 sq ft) land area.
- PropNex profit jump 47.8% in 2020 despite pandemicon February 24, 2021 at 6:34 pm
The group noted that their 2020 performance was led by domestic demand coming from both the public housing and private residential segments.
- Industry players urged to remain prudent, not stoke exuberant sentiments in property marketon February 23, 2021 at 7:29 pm
This comes as Singapore’s property market remained buoyant with private home prices rising 2.2% in 2020 even as the economy plunged into recession.
- 7 urban farming sites at HDB car park rooftops launched for tenderon February 23, 2021 at 7:22 pm
The sites are located in Jurong West, Bukit Panjang, Sembawang and Woodlands, revealed SFA and HDB in a joint release.