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.
Dinner was a splendid three course dinner, as each course passed we found ourselves relishing at the opportunity to have more. The highlight of the evening was the guest of honour, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, taking the stage to share some inspiring stories. The man was a spectacle, no surprise considering he is regarded as The World’s Greatest Living Explorer. He was the first explorer to completely cross the Antarctic continent unsupported, and in 2009, aged 65, climbed to the summit of Mount Everest becoming the oldest Briton ever to do so. The guests were fully immersed in the stories and life lessons being passed on by this iconic figure, one can only imagine the level of resilience, determination and fearless he carries around with him even to this day. One message to take away from his speech was that one must never fear the unknown, for it is there that we find the most exhilarating and life changing experiences.
(From Left To Right) Andy Jansons with Sir Ranulph Fiennes
The 100 Property Club was established in 1972 as a social and networking organisation, today it’s membership includes property professionals based in London as well as regions to the south as west of the capital. You would expect to see property contractors, agents, engineers, developers, solicitors and their guests at club activities/events. The club offers members the opportunity to meet at club lunches, dinners, technical seminars and a variety of social events throughout the year. Club activities are open to all members and their guests which offer a plethora of networking opportunities.