- The 2021 Real Estate Executive of the Year Award finalists have been announced
- The awards ceremony will be held in Sydney in November
- Adrian Butera, Cathy Baker, Stewart Bunn and Joshua Boctorani are the finalists
In CEO Magazine’s tenth annual Executive of the Year Awards, a new category has been added to especially recognise the top executives in the real estate industry.
The new category acknowledges the contributions that leading real estate executives have made to their companies and their achievements in navigating the challenges of the past year.
Chris Dutton, Co-Founder and CEO of The CEO Magazine said this year’s awards are extra special as the 10th year is celebrated.
“After the devastating events of 2020 we need to celebrate the achievements of Australia’s best executives – the vital cogs in the engines of our country’s businesses.”
Chris Dutton, CEO Magazine Founder
The four finalists for the category have been announced: Adrian Butera, Cathy Baker, Stewart Bunn and Joshua Boctorani.
Cathy Baker leads the operations of Belle Property’s Central Coast branch as its principal.
Under Ms Baker’s leadership, the agency’s sales turnover rose 142% in the last financial year. She hired stood down airline staff, recognising the high level of professionalism and customer service skills.
Ms Baker is regularly named as one of the top real estate agents in Australia but also has a heart for the community as she founded the charity organisation Killy Cares.
Joshua Boctorani is the co-founder and Managing Director of AssetBase.
Adrian Butera is the Company Director of Compton Green. He is one of Australia’s leading auctioneers.
Outside of work, Mr Butera is the chair of the ‘Hobson’s Bay Community Fund,’ which strives for social change in the Hobson’s Bay area. It provides grants to support causes such as mental health, the environment, housing and digital literacy.
Stewart Bunn is the Chief Communications Officer of First National Real Estate Group of Independent Agents Limited.
The awards ceremony is to be held in Sydney in November with journalist Ben Fordham as the new host.