News & Legislation November 29, 2019
     

Judges selected for The Guild Awards

The Guild is delighted to announce its guest judges for The Guild Awards 2020. Together, they will be carefully selecting The Guild winners who will raise their trophy on the 12th February 2020 at QEII Centre in central London.  

The panel of judges includes Iain McKenzie, CEO of The Guild, Simon Whale from Kerfuffle, Ben Marley from Feefo, Sally Lawson from Agent Rainmaker, Andy Soloman from Yomdel and Chris Watkin, lettings and estate agency business growth specialist. They will be tasked with shortlisting the offices that have excelled in various aspects of the business throughout the year, as well as selecting the final winners. The judges’ decisions will be heavily swayed by customer-centric service, with the Awards Customer Service Rating powered by The ESTAS, the only industry awards based solely on customer reviews. 

“Given the calibre of the agents within The Guild network, selecting those who have been exceptional is no easy feat. Agents within The Guild truly value their customers and are dedicated to excellent service. All of the offices within the network deserve to be acknowledged for their hard work throughout the year, making our job as judges very difficult; we have to narrow it down to offices who have truly gone above and beyond,” said Iain McKenzie, CEO of The Guild of Property Professionals. 

The winners will be selected in each region from the North to the South of the country and everything in between, showing the strength of the network right up and down the country. As a network, The Guild aims to continue to raise industry standards for the better and ensure offices throughout the UK provide their customers with a high-quality estate agency experience. 

“The Guild Awards acknowledge the hard work that offices have put in throughout the year and provide an opportunity for the network to get together and celebrate. The event has become a highlight in The Guild calendar, and the shortlisted offices are always of such high quality it’s always difficult to select those who deserves to walk away with the award. This year, as in the past, with the high standards within the network there will be a lot for the judges and myself to consider,” concludes McKenzie. 

Members wishing to book their tickets to The Guild Conference and Awards can do so here.

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