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Celebrating gender equity in the real estate industry this International Women’s Day 2024


Ayre Real Estate, known for its activity in Sydney’s apartment market, has taken steps to align with the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, ‘Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress’. The company is now among those promoting diversity and equal opportunities in the real estate sector, highlighting the importance of women in various roles ranging from property management to sales. This move has come at a time when industry analyses are showing an uptick in gender representation, suggesting an enriched industry through diverse perspectives and expertise.

Adrian Wilson, the founder and principal of Ayre Real Estate, has shared some insight into the company’s workforce composition and its commitment to inclusivity. “We’re proud to be a driving force behind this progress, with 73% of our team comprising of talented and dedicated female professionals,” he said. He further pointed out the company’s goal of fostering an inclusive work environment, believing that diversity leads to more innovation, creativity, and success. Wilson has articulated a vision for empowering women within the real estate industry and beyond, indicating a broader focus on gender equality and empowerment.

In recognition of International Women’s Day 2024, Ayre Real Estate has reiterated its support for gender equality and the empowerment of women in leadership and economic roles. The company perceives investing in women as vital to creating a fair, thriving, and sustainable future.

Wilson has also invited others to join in acknowledging women’s achievements and contributions during this International Women’s Day. “Join us in celebrating the achievements and contributions of women everywhere this International Women’s Day. Together, let’s invest in women and accelerate progress towards a more inclusive and equal society,” he expressed, linking Ayre Real Estate’s specific initiatives to a broader social commitment towards inclusivity and equality.

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