The inaugural virtual gala didn’t just highlight its winners, but their skilled and competent team of judges as well.
In what we now call the “new normal”, fêtes of any kind have quickly transitioned from physical gatherings to digital ones. This is why instead of having a face-to-face event everyone has already grown accustomed to, PropertyGuru Group held the 8th PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards through their website and partner channels, which was aired last November 25, 2020. The inaugural virtual gala format would not have been successful without the delighted participation of esteemed judges such as Christophe Vicic, Cyndy Tan Jarabata, and Jean Jacquelyn Nathania de Castro.
According to Jean, who was also recently appointed as the first female chair of the Urban Land Institute Philippines, “The best thing about being a judge [at the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards] is getting to see all these projects for the first time, and getting to meet and listen to the developers on the thought process behind a project. It’s nice to be able to see Philippine creativity and innovation for the first time.”
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