John Redwood

John Redwood to speak at PROPS Breakfast 2017



John Redwood MP (pictured above) is set to discuss the reality and perceptions of the UK property market at the seventh PROPS Breakfast.

The event – which takes place on 7th November at The Dorchester – is hosted by the charity Variety and will raise money for disabled and disadvantaged children.

Attendees will be able to network with peers over breakfast, while enjoying insights  from Mr Redwood, followed by a Q&A with the audience.  
 

PROPS Breakfast
Previous PROPS Breakfast event

Mr Redwood – who has been the MP for Wokingham since 1987  – is a businessman by background. 

He has set up an investment management business, was both executive and non-executive chairman of a quoted industrial PLC, and chaired a manufacturing company with factories in Birmingham, Chicago, India and China. 

More than 300 people attended last year’s event and contributed £180,000 towards Variety’s wheelchair programme. 

PROPS Breakfast event
Audience participation at previous PROPS Breakfast event

The PROPS events have been running for 26 years, with all proceeds given to Variety to support disabled, disadvantaged children. 

Since 1992, it has raised over £10m. 

The money has enabled the provision of over 2,000 custom-built wheelchairs and other essential items to children and young people across the UK.

As well as raising vital funds for its worthwhile beneficiaries, the event typically attracts a good spread of property professionals from London and the rest of the UK, providing an excellent networking opportunity.

Reception for the event starts at 7.30am, followed by breakfast at 7.50am and carriages at 9.45am. 

Tickets for the event can be purchased online. 

For more information on the event, props@variety.org.uk or call 020 7428 8127.


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