Sunil Kumar is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Reliance Real Estate. In 2011, he established Reliance in a small office in Melbourne’s west. Built through honesty and hard work, it has grown as the leading agency helping Australians buy, sell and lease their homes.
Today, Reliance Real Estate is the fastest growing real estate company in Australia and New Zealand, awarded three times in a row. Sunil has been recognised as Australia’s “Principal of the Year” by ARERA for two consecutive years.
He has been featured in numerous leadership articles such as The Entourage, The Business of Real Estate, Elite Agent, and the Indian Sun. The success story of Reliance continues to be an inspiration to most aspiring leaders in both India and Australia.
Through the company, he aspires to give back to the community through the Reliance Foundation. He also serves as a board director of AICCI, an organisation strengthening business relationships between Australia and India.
For more information, head to his website.
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