Routes to real estate: What can the different generations bring to the built environment?


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The future of property will be defined by the sector's ability to attract, teach and nurture a more diverse pool of talent.

In order for the sector to continue to adapt and grow, generational trends and what we can learn from those across the generations in business and real estate will be instrumental.

The next generation of professionals are key to supporting and leading the charge on issues such as; sustainability; adopting technology solutions; further embracing diversity and engaging with different ways of working. 

As part of our TrowersIncludes programme we held a virtual event to bring together leaders and rising stars from across real estate to share ideas on what we can learn from multi-generational workforces and how they can shape the future.

We have summarised the key themes coming out of the discussions in this report which we hope supports the continued discussion around a subject of particular importance within the real estate sector. 

To view the full report, please click here. 

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