Keller Williams UK commit to the Armed Forces
KWUK are providing a specific focus on helping those who serve or have served in the armed forces of the Crown and their families.
KWUK will be supporting and promoting armed forces events, such as armed forces week, reserves day, the Poppy appeal and remembrance activities.
KWUK are committed to developing an armed forces network to enable entrepreneurs with a forces connection to meet, support one another and provide feedback as to how KWUK can best support veterans.
Ben Taylor, CEO of Keller Williams UK said: “I am delighted to commit KWUK and to ensure that we do everything we can to provide respect, support and fair treatment to those that have fulfilled their duty to everyone in defence of the realm.
It is important to ensure that members of the armed forces community do not face disadvantages arising from their service in the provision of public and commercial services. In some circumstances special provision may be justified, especially for those who have given most, such as the injured or bereaved.
We have appointed Paul Renton, KWUK Director of Growth & Development and an RAF veteran, as Armed Forces Champion within KWUK and we will be developing a specific network to support veterans including a dedicated KW Armed Forces page on our website.
We will encourage and support veterans seeking a career to explore working with KWUK through specific mentoring schemes, guaranteed interviews and work insight days.”
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Notes to the Editor
KWUK currently has 480 Associates of which over 360 are agents and is part of the world’s largest real estate franchise by agent count. Keller Williams has more than 1,100 offices and 200,000 associates across 56 countries. Since 1983 the Austin, Texas-based company has cultivated an agent-centric, technology-driven and education-based culture that rewards agents as stakeholders.
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