Top-level business leaders and decision-makers gather to discuss changing consumer behaviour and new investor mindsets in the Chinese territories
- Videoconference set on Thursday, 11 June 2020 at 3pm (GMT+7)
- Speakers include TechNode Global founder Dr. Gang Lu, who will discuss digital trends that changed consumers and business in the last months
- Session to explore opportunities in China in today’s market conditions
BANGKOK, Thailand — 2 June 2020
PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit, the tech and thought leadership platform of PropertyGuru, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, is hosting the next instalment of the “Asia Reboot” live webinar series as part of its ongoing efforts to provide post-pandemic insights and solutions for large-scale property investors, property developers, architects and designers.
Happening on Thursday, 11 June 2020 at 15:00-16:00 BKK (16:00-17:00 HK, 09:00-10:00 UK), the webinar will explore opportunities in China being the first country in the world to have reopened its markets following its battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, with life seemingly and gradually returning to normalcy.
Registration is now open via: https://propertyguru.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LAmnrJeVRK2Ff1KahPeqqw
With mainland Chinese remaining the biggest investors of property in Southeast Asia, this digital conference serves as a beneficial introduction to a new investor mindset and changing consumer behaviours after the country successfully flattened the coronavirus curve.
The webinar will feature Dr. Gang Lu, the founder of TechNode Global, the exclusive partner of TechCrunch in China, who appeared at the last PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit event to speak about the digital trends from China that’s impacting today’s consumers and business sectors, including real estate. One of China’s most recognised influencers in the global technology sector, he received the Entrepreneurial Award of the British Council’s Study UK Alumni Awards.
Other speakers confirmed for this webinar are:
- Winston Lee, Director of New Projects, PropertyGuru
- James Macdonald, Head of Research, China, Savills
- Ivan Lam, Head of International Business, Charter Keck Cramer
- Vincent Cheung, Founder/Managing Director, Vincorn Consulting and Appraisal Limited
Jules Kay, managing director, PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Events, will be moderating the session.
Kay said: “As the trusted platform for millions of property seekers across Asia, PropertyGuru is proud to offer expert guidance to property developers as they navigate the post-pandemic era in real estate. We want to help developers approach this new normal from a well-informed perspective, supported by advice from knowledgeable thought leaders in investment, finance, design and development. This webinar series will go a long way towards helping companies remain resilient after disruption.”
PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit introduced its “Asia Reboot” webinar series in April 2020, hosting its first live session in partnership with global design firm YOO Worldwide. It was joined by nearly 700 participants from 37 countries around the globe who listened in to a panel of industry experts based in Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore and London.
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