Member Webinar | The 2021 Agenda
Join Scott Pritchard, CEO, Precinct Properties, and National Chair of Property Council New Zealand in a live conversation with Property Council Chief Executive Leonie Freeman as they discuss leadership, the issues and challenges facing the property industry, and the role of the Property Council moving forward.
Enjoy this interactive conversation as Leonie and Scott discuss the future of the property industry and the Property Council, including:
- Property leadership in 2021 - insights and actions of leadership moving into 2021 and the role of Property Council New Zealand.
- Their vision for Property Council New Zealand as CE and the new National Chair - future aspirations, transitions, and long term goals.
- What they see as the key issues and challenges for the property industry for 2021 and beyond.
- Live Q&A from the online audience.
Register now for this candid conversation!
CEO, Precinct Properties and National Chair, Property Council New Zealand
Scott Pritchard has led the team at Precinct Properties as Chief Executive Officer since 2010, being responsible for the overall strategy and operations of Precinct. Scott has extensive experience in property funds management, development and asset management. His previous experience includes various property roles with NZX-listed entities. Scott holds a Masters degree in Management from Massey University. He is Vice President of Property Council New Zealand and a trustee of the Keystone Property Trust and the Tania Dalton Foundation.
This event is member-only.
This event is complimentary for all members. Property Council membership is by organisation/company. All employees of member companies are members by default.
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