Beth Shaw, Regional Director at the rapidly expanding regional hybrid estate agency Hortons has been recognised in The Negotiators ‘Women in Property’ Power List for 2020 – a list of the women with the greatest influence and top jobs in UK sales and lettings.
Beth Shaw has been in the property industry for 13 years and had previously worked at John German, and Newton Fallowell before joining Hortons in 2017, managing Hortons’ Ashby de la Zouch office. She became Hortons first Partner agent, running the North West Leicestershire territory before being promoted to Regional Director at the firm earlier this year.
Adam Horton, CEO of Hortons commented: “Beth is not only a highly accomplished estate agent, responsible for some of the most notable sales in the county, but is also an inspirational leader within our company. Beth has played a key role in Hortons growth, so It’s great to see her recognised in the Power List this year, it is very well deserved.”
Shaw is amongst the likes of Lesley Cairns, Managing Director of Hamptons International, Glynis Frew, Chief Executive of Hunters, Sarah McIntyre, Director at Harrods Estates and Nicky Stevenson, Managing Director of Fine & Country.
Picture: Beth Shaw, Regional Director