TELEREAL SUCCESS UNDER GRAHAM EDWARDS

CPS has recently launched yet other four programs in the market. The programs are meant to address issues affecting people’s lives such as levy, cost of living, housing and welfare. The company primary goal is to create awareness to the people regarding their lives and instill in them a sense of ownership. Alex Morton will be coordinating the programs. Under the program of housing and planning, Graham Edwards will be in charge of the policy as the chairman. He will also be working with company’s experts on the housing to come up with new policies that aim at house building and proprietorship.

Graham Edward studied at Cambridge University for his masters in economics. He is the CEO of Telereal company since 2001. He is also one of the founders of castle water. Castle water is the top water vender in the United Kingdom. Graham Edward interests lie in tennis and skiing beside his career (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telereal_Trillium).

Graham Edward worked for other companies such as Talisman asset management as the senior officer in investment. He also worked at Merill Lynch as the trustee and financial officer for the property unit at BT Group.

Graham Edward major success is the merger of Telereal and Trillium. The merger has brought a huge profit. Through his stay at the company, he has brought major benefits including the BT transfer worth of billions. In 2009 Graham Edward conducted negotiations that gave Telereal the acquisition of Trillium. Through this acquisition, the company was established as a market genius in property investment. In 2003 Graham Edward launched the Donation Matching Scheme.

Under the leadership of Graham Edward, the new company set some priorities that are: development of lasting relationship with enormous customers, loyalty to administration contracts and delve into capital transactions.

After the merger, Graham Edward introduced yet another approach called moving forward. It eventually developed post-merger which had three approaches: integration, keeping prevailing customers contented and lastly completion of a deal. Graham Edward played a great influence in the joint venture, and for that, he had a great influence on the direction Telereal took.