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NZ’s Largest Real Estate Group Invests in Further Growth

NZ’s Largest Real Estate Group Invests in Further Growth

Press Release: Harcourts

1 October 2014

Gabrielle Ellett has been appointed as Harcourts New Zealand’s Commercial and Rural Talent Acquisition Manager.

In this position Gabrielle will be responsible for the recruitment of new and experienced sales consultants into NAI Harcourts, the groups’ commercial arm, as well as Harcourts’ rural division.

Gabrielle has over 15 years’ experience in client services and account management.

She worked as a recruitment specialist for more than six years in both New Zealand and Australia, recruiting into a variety of roles including corporate.

Gabrielle has also had a highly successful real estate career. She was employed as a commercial and industrial agent for a national real estate company, specialising in retail sales and leasing. During this time she won Top Retail Salesperson of the Year and Commercial and Industrial Rookie of the Year.

In addition Gabrielle is a property investor, and is co-owner of a property development company.

Harcourts CEO Hayden Duncan says when the position of Rural and Commercial Talent Acquisition Manager became available, Gabrielle stood out because of her rare combination of talents.

“Gabrielle has the perfect skills to excel in this role. She fully understands the real estate sector, as well as the complexities of talent acquisition. She is a young talent with huge experience. Combine this with her business acumen, and we are confident she will be a huge asset to our business.”

Gabrielle says she is excited to be joining Harcourts, and wants to drive NAI Harcourts and the rural division to new heights of success.

“NAI Harcourts is still relatively young, but has already secured a solid position in the commercial marketplace. I’m excited to be a part of recruiting the best people to take the business to next level. The rural team is also strong, but with more of the right people on the ground, there is much more we can achieve.”

NAI Harcourts was formed in 2009 and now has a presence in 62 locations around New Zealand. It is the commercial arm of Harcourts, which is New Zealand’s largest and most trusted real estate brand.

NAI Harcourts is part of the NAI Global Network, the single largest, most powerful global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms in the world. NAI Global comprises 375 plus offices worldwide, and 6,700 sales consultants.

Harcourts’ rural division is firmly established in the New Zealand marketplace, selling a range of lifestyle blocks and farms across the country and across all price brackets.


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