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Iamproperty brings in new head of operations as growth continues

Residential auction firm takes on two new key members of staff after reaching its 250-employee milestone.

Richard Reed

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Online residential auction specialists Iamproperty is continuing to expand, taking on two new key members of staff shortly after reaching its 250-employee milestone.

The company, which launched its new sales progression platform Movebutler in January, is also adding to its own panel of conveyancers.

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Kelly Stillman

Iamproperty has appointed Kelly Stillman as head of operations, a brand-new role in the business, while Lauren Gibson joins the growing team as marketing customer relationship manager and channel manager.

Hybrid working model

Kelly joins the North-East headquartered firm from Bournemouth, taking advantage of the company’s new hybrid-working model. Taking responsibility for the post-sales completion teams, she will play a crucial role in supporting business objectives, and help ensure standards are being met by the wider operational team.

Kelly said, “It’s a great opportunity to be joining an industry-leading business at such an exciting time for the property sector and Iamproperty. I’m looking forward to getting involved with all aspects of the business – there’s an amazing culture here with fantastic talent. Helping to support the continued growth, our clients and team is a very exciting move for me.”

‘Exciting period of growth’

Ben Ridgway, Group Managing Director at Iamproperty, said: “We are currently in an exciting period of growth at Iamproperty, as auction continues to grow in popularity with buyers and sellers.

“Additionally, as we expand into end-to-end private treaty sales with Movebutler, we need to have the best talent in our team to ensure our culture and our standards grow with us.”

Iamproperty has also appointed five new recruits to its trainee solicitor programme with subsidiary Medway Law, who will begin a three-year qualification programme that will allow them to gain hands-on experience while building skills and developing their knowledge.

October 11, 2021

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