Recognising agents who make change happen and enjoy big results in business and in life.
We’re looking for agents across Australia and New Zealand who have learnt something from us in training that’s helped them to achieve big results in business and in life. It could have been something you read in a daily email, through to attending one of our live events or even private coaching.
What we’re looking for are stories of inspiration, where you made a decision to get past failure and to get good in your business. The award is open to salespeople or business owners and is your chance to shine. All you need to do is to nominate, fill in our short application form and then you could be selected as one of our four finalists in either Australia or New Zealand, where you'll be invited to speak at the Real Estate BluePrint.
Our expert panel:
- Josh Phegan
- Matthew Hayson, Director, Cobden & Hayson
- Eddie Cetin, Managing Director, Agentbox
- Jason Hussey, General Manager, Property Press New Zealand
Our 2 winners will receive a one-on-one full day consulting session (28th January 2020 for Australian winner, 27th January 2020 for NZ winner) working with Josh at his office in Sydney, together with a $5,000 Agentbox subscription for our Australian winner and $5,000 in print advertising from Property Press for our New Zealand winner. Each winner will also receive $5,000 in cash.
You'll also gain significant industry credibility and build the profile to boom your referral network from agents across the country. Our runners-up in both Australia and New Zealand will receive a $1,000 voucher each to spend with the Josh Phegan company on our live events, private coaching, online learning or our audio products. *This does not apply for half or full day training/consulting.
Entries close Monday 1st July, 2019 for Australian entries, Friday 2nd August, 2019 for NZ entries. Finalists will be announced Monday 15th July, 2019 for Australian applicants and Friday 9th August, 2019 for NZ applicants.
Entries have now closed for 2019.
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