Jansons Property’s Managing Director, Andy Jansons, will be speaking at this year’s Wycombe Social. An event that is open to all and provides an opportunity for some informed discussions and networking to take place. The event will be hosted by UK Property Forums on 6th March at Blaser Mills in High Wycombe.
The idea of spending your Friday morning clay pigeon shooting then later devouring a well earned full english breakfast seems only a dream when you think about it. If you add a combination of great weather and competitive spirit to the equation, the result is the perfect morning to end a busy week. This was the case as we kicked off our first clay pigeon shooting event of the year.
Jansons Property is happy to announce the newest member to our team, Tom Jansons. A talented individual with a background in the regional investment sector, thus far his focus been on the Thames Valley area however he is looking ahead to explore different areas. Tom will be handling acquisitions and asset management at Jansons Property bolstering our ranks with particular exuberance and hunger for fruitful opportunities.
We are now exactly eighty-four days anyway from the 2019 Oxford Property Festival, an event that was created to celebrate the value of property across the county of Oxfordshire. Jansons Property attended the launch of the festival among an array of talented professionals.
It is said that the pessimist would have stayed up all night to ensure 2018 leaves while the optimist stayed up to see the new year in with positive energy. The prospect of a new year is generally met with unwavering anticipation and an unfortunate number of resolutions that inevitably become short-lived. The key to ensuring a successful 2019 is to not only take a page out of the optimists book but to accompany that optimism with determination, resilience and a work-rate that eclipses 2018’s effort. Happy New Year from the team here at Jansons Property, let’s get to work!
The 100 Property Club’s annual dinner was a success as well as a learning experience. The evening commenced with some beverages and networking which kicked of the evening to a positive start. There were hundreds of professionals in attendance with their guest all in good spirits and ready to raise the maximum for charity.
This year will mark the 103rd annual dinner and auction for the 100 Property Club , the ages have not thwarted the dinner’s grace as it is still regarded as one of the biggest property events of the year. An array of over 300 like-minded guests from the property world choose this event to congregate, break bread and most importantly raise astonishing amounts for a number of charities.
A night of unity and camaraderie for a meaningful cause, leading with this description feels like an oversimplification. However when considering the energy and support shown for the Alexander Jansons Fund last night, it’s no surprise the footage from the evening all oozes the type cheerful exuberance only a night of laughter can imbue. The laughter was usually at the expense of Andy Gomarsall’s eccentric team mates.