move2Gozo Real Estate wins European property award
move2Gozo Real Estate, based in Gozo, was selected as one of Europe’s property professionals that are about to be rewarded for their excellence by the European Property Awards 2012.
David Pace of move2Gozo said: “We are delighted with this achievement, considering we are such a small company competing against the very best agencies in Europe. It is verification at the highest level that our approach towards providing clear, accessible property information in an easy-to-use format is the right one."
The European Property Awards are part of the long established International Property Awards and its award winners’ logo is recognised as a symbol of excellence throughout the global real estate industry. Attaining one of these coveted awards is indisputable evidence that move2Gozo Real Estate is capable of beating some exceedingly strong contenders within the highly competitive European property arena, the company explained.
Successful entrants have been invited to attend a high profile gala presentation dinner at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on Monday, September 24, where the official announcements will be made. This follows a property summit held during the day attended by presidents, CEOs, managing directors, chairmen and other decision makers.
David Pace said that the event presents an ideal opportunity to make connections and generate new business and is open to all industry-related companies and suppliers besides award participants.
Later this year, the highest scoring winners from the European Property Awards will compete against other winning companies from Asia Pacific, Africa, the Americas and Arabia to find the ultimate "World’s Best" in each category.
Stuart Shield, president of the International Property Awards, said: “We received entries from 29 different European countries this year and the standard was extremely high. Any company who won one of these awards has shown exceptional levels of professionalism and competence in their respective field.”