• 26 March 2019

Mark Terndrup joins BCO NextGen mentor panel

Waterman’s Director of Building Services, Mark Terndrup, will be joining the British Council for Offices (BCO) NextGen mentor panel for an exciting networking event, aimed at maximising opportunities for the next generation of commercial property industry professionals.

The event, hosted by ThirdWay Interiors at their office on Old Street on the 27th March, will give BCO NextGen members the chance to meet a select panel of mentors, forge new relationships and kick-start their careers. The expert mentor panel includes senior industry figures from a range of prestigious organisations including; the Crown Estate, Parkeray, BNP Paribas Real Estate, Gleeds, Turner & Townsend and Knight Frank.

Mark Terndrup says; “I’m delighted to be joining the mentor panel for this event as we offer the next generation of commercial property industry professionals the chance to learn from our experience. BCO NextGen is a fantastic initiative and greatly-benefits those young professionals who are members, helping and guiding them as they work to establish themselves in our industry.”

Click here to find out more about the event, and here to find out more about BCO NextGen.

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