When people talk about housing in Canada, it can certainly generate some anxiety. Between rising interest rates, increased demand, and a still vulnerable supply chain, the housing market is under pressure. So, what can we do to improve access and affordability? The answer may lie in the innovation and entrepreneurialism of a local real estate company in Alberta.
On this episode of C-Suite Unplugged, we’re talking to Rohit Gupta, President of Rohit Group of Companies, a family-owned business that has spanned countries and continents since its inception. Rohit discusses his journey to the top job, the company’s rich history, how innovative partnerships are helping shape the company’s growth mindset, and how he is pushing the boundaries of a traditional sector.
He also discusses addressing housing affordability in Canada and the challenges and solutions inherent in the current housing market landscape and what he hopes to see from Alberta in the next decade, and his aspirations for his company over the next 20 years.
In this episode:
- Rohit’s journey to his role in the family business
- Transforming the company with an engineering mindset
- Rohit’s leadership philosophy
- Advice for young professionals
- History of the company
- Innovative partnerships
- Challenges in the housing market landscape
- Addressing housing affordability
- Taking part in the Define the Decade initiative
- Rohit’s vision for Alberta
About C-Suite Unplugged
In this series, C-Suite Unplugged, host Adam Legge talks to Alberta’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs, and business leaders about their journey to the C-Suite, what keeps them up at night as an Albertan and as a leader in their industry, and what their outlook is for the future. See more episodes here.
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