SVN Wins CRE Industry Award for Social Responsibility

SVN International Corp. is one of the commercial real estate industry’s top franchisors, with over 1,200 international staff, brokers and advisors, and over 5,500 clients located all over the world. SVN has recently been awarded the 2016 National Real Estate Investor (NREI) and Information Management Network (IMN) award for social responsibility. With a major focus on diversity, empowerment, overall social responsibility and company goals, SVN President and CEO Kevin Maggiacomo gives credit for the award to all of the amazing individuals at SVN. Read the excerpt below from the article on svn.com. If you like the excerpt, we encourage you to click the green button at the end of this post, to read the rest of the article!

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Industry Peers Recognize SVN in NREI/IMN Awards

SVN International Corp. (SVN) recently announced it has earned a National Real Estate Investor (NREI) & Information Management Network (IMN) 2016 Commercial Real Estate Award for Social Responsibility. The inaugural awards recognize top performing organizations that exemplify the highest degree of business excellence and forward thinking in the commercial real estate industry.

The NREI/IMN 2016 Commercial Real Estate Awards are given for superiority in the areas of Innovation, Disruption, Social Responsibility and Social Media that have contributed significantly to the commercial real estate industry over the past 12 months. SVN was named as the winner in the Brokers: Social Responsibility category due to the firm’s qualitative and quantitative measures to enhance the industry’s image, give back to the community, improve society as well as promote diversity and the next generation.

Bringing Diversity to the Commercial Real Estate Industry

“This award is a testament to the importance we place on diverse thought at SVN, and more importantly, that the industry is listening,” says SVN President and CEO Kevin Maggiacomo

Social Responsibility Award

 

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*Header image originally seen on the SVN corporate blog

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