Ed Talks - Property Podcast, Episode 6

Posted on 28 Feb, 2019

 

Ed talks to a very special guest and someone that is he has known throughout his property career, James Evans - CEO of Douglas & Gordon.

In this episode, James shares some very knowledgeable advice on business mindset from his own experiences.

Good, solid branding is a key part of James's advice for success and talks about how a great company needs to be trusted and liked. Discussing Douglas & Gordon, he mentions "I like the fact that it's privately owned, yes I like the fact that it's big enough to cope, but small enough to care for all of it's clients, and that makes a big difference..."

Overall James is fully aware that the property market is changing, being in this industry no longer runs in the same way and is a strong believer that the way the world is going is now very much digital, instant, flexible and above all, needs to be simple.

 

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