Get valuable insights from the most prominent industry personalities and thought leaders in the region
PropertyGuru Group, Asia’s foremost online property company, is bringing together today’s real estate leaders in the region for the Asia Real Estate Summit 2017, which kicks off in August and culminates in a two-day event in November.
The conference series, which targets C-level executives and senior managers, is being organised in Malaysia (16 August, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur), Thailand (14 September, Plaza Athenee Bangkok), Indonesia (11 October, Fairmont Jakarta) and Singapore (7-8 November, Sands Expo and Convention Centre). The conference will take place alongside the Asia Property Awards gala dinner in each market.
“The PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit programme will provide insights to stakeholders from prominent industry personalities and thought leaders,” said Terry Blackburn, founder and managing director of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Property Report magazine.
With the mission of providing a platform for the finest minds and most dynamic individuals in the region’s property industry, the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit 2017 series will educate, innovate and inspire delegates.
More than 100 regional experts from the real estate, design, finance and government sectors are expected to participate in the various conferences.
At the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit, participants can:
- Meet like-minded industry peers and discover new opportunities for collaboration;
- Exchange ideas and drive the dialogue to help define the future of Asian real estate;
- Learn about new strategies, cutting-edge innovations and how to stand out from industry-leading speakers; and
- Invest in the future of their staff by equipping them with the tools required to succeed.
Supported by PropertyGuru’s market-leading websites – PropertyGuru.com.my in Malaysia, DDproperty.com in Thailand, Rumah.com in Indonesia, and PropertyGuru.com.sg in Singapore – the conference programme succeeds the company’s highly praised Property Report Congress series in 2015 and 2016.
Speaking, sponsorship and media partnership opportunities are now available. For bookings and enquiries, contact [email protected].
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