Eview Awards its best on the Group’s 10 Year Anniversary

The Eview Group hosted its 2016 Awards for Excellence at Melbourne’s Crown Studio 3 last Saturday night. More than 300 Directors, Sponsors and Partners attended the party in formal ‘masquerade’ dress. The night also coincided with Eview Group’s 10 year anniversary.

In his address to the group, Manos Findikakis said he couldn’t have asked for a better night of celebrations to end Eview Group’s first decade and welcome in the second.

The Eview Group provides a significantly different model to the regular real estate ‘franchise’ model for both sales and property management professionals to operate under their own brand name. This system called Your Brand, Your Business gives agents the opportunity to style their business within the Eview Group as their own personal brand. Group members choose their own trading name and colours but still receive all the networking support, training, technology and camaraderie of being a member of the Eview Group.

Manos was also surprised by his team on the night for being honoured by them for a decade of outstanding leadership and innovation.

To sum up the night Manos also said, “We started Eview Group with two magical words ‘What if!’ We refer to them as magical because they stir the imagination.

“Today marks the beginning of the Eview Group’s next decade. You will see us push more boundaries, exceed expectations, embrace more change, create ‘moments of wow’ at every opportunity and be fearless in our actions.”

Through an auction on the night, team Eview also raised an incredible $31,000 on the night for the charities they support, including the Giving Tree Foundation.

Reflecting on the previous twelve months, the Group also celebrated some of its outstanding performances by individuals and offices. And there was much to celebrate with a number of million dollar performers in the room, and several more celebrating a 500k + GCI year.

The top sales award went to Joel Hood of Joel Hood Property from the Mornington Peninsula, with Principal of the year going to Jarrod Carman also from Mornington Peninsula. The Property Manager of the Year went to Bec Tavcar of EPM Frankston.

Individual awards for Sales achievement went to:

  • Michelle Braggins for highest sale price and highest commission from one sale
  • Joel Hood for Highest GCI in a single month + for the year (Sales)
  • Jarrod Carman for Highest GCI in a single month + for the year (Director – $million achiever)
  • Vic Apakian as ‘Rising Star’
  • Paul Organtzidis as ‘Rising Star’ Auctioneer

Property Management winners included:

  • Rising Star Michelle Evans, Werribee
  • BDM of the Year Cheryl Keher, EPM Frankston

Personal achievement awards went to Jonathan Rivett & John Rault for completing Triathlons, Team Donovan for their Community/Charity work for the Giving Tree and Hailey Parkes who achieved Australian Swimsuit & Bikini International Champion. Rising Star in administration went to Kosta Findikakis, PA of the year went to Bec Dunn of Janice Dunn Estate Agents and Julie Lunt of Frankston Office took out Administrator of the year.

Mornington Penninsula took the Sales Office of the Year, and the rental department of the year went to Werribee Office.

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