Becky Fatemi: Rokstone 60 Second Interview

Welcome to 60 Second Interviews – here you can find lots and lots of interesting and fun facts about some of the industry’s most successful agents, suppliers and property professionals. We’ve added a little twist with this one though, each interviewee must nominate another person in their industry (or related industry) to answer the same questions.

Today we have Becky Fatemi, award winning Director of one of London’s fastest growing estate agencies Rokstone.

What does it say on your business card?

Becky Fatemi, Director.

What was your first job?

Sales assistant at Mash clothing store on Oxford street.

What is your greatest personal achievement?

Being a single parent.

What is your greatest business achievement?

Knowing when to scale back and learning to really understand the brand; realising it’s not the number of employees but the quality of employees.

If you weren’t in your current role what would you be doing?

Head of my own music label.

Any advice for your previous boss?

Set up on your own, you underestimated your own greatness.

How many hours do you work per week?

Too many!

Which business person do you admire most?

Richard Branson
Naomi Campbell
Sean Combs
Jon Hunt

Which of your competitors do you admire most?

Peter Wetherell

What skill do you value most?

Tenacity

What are you passionate about?

My family

What’s your favourite gadget?

My baby monitor

What’s on your desk?

Too many pens and a picture of my son

What car do you drive?

Range Rover Sport.

What’s your favourite London restaurant?

Scott’s.

Please nominate one person you would like to answer these questions.

I would like to nominate Peter Wetherell.

Carol Lewis

Carol Lewis is a respected property journalist with an enthusiasm for anything to do with property. She is the senior member of the Estate Agents London News journalist team but also writes for other respected magazines and newspapers. Her background is in property, investments and video production. Carol has worked on publicity campaigns for a large number of organisations but now runs this not-for-profit blog. Her main aims are to educate the public and drive up standards in estate agency.

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