Experts on ergonomics, exercise, and physical wellbeing to gather this week in online videoconference
The tenuous connections between real estate, physical activity, and wellness during a pandemic will be the subject of a new webinar this week by the team behind PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit.
The live virtual conference, titled “Wellness & Real Estate 2020: Fitness and leisure in the social distancing era”, will air worldwide via Zoom on Thursday, 13 August 2020 at 3pm BKK (4pm SG).
Registration is now open at this link: https://propertyguru.zoom.us/j/95384582935
Confirmed speakers include Tjeert Kwant, CEO of Banyan Group Thailand, who will be covering the impact of the pandemic on spas and wellness amenities, among others, and Dustin Jefferson Onghanseng, CEO and co-founder of uHoo, who will be speaking at length about the importance of indoor air quality. Michael Jones, CEO and founder of mobility-based practice Pain-Free Me, will be talking about the ergonomics of working from home during the safe distancing period. Richard Cohen, CEO and founder of award-winning fitness centre The Lab Bangkok, will also be in attendance to assess the state of fitness and health centres during the pandemic.
Kristin Thorsteins, partner with Portman Investment and a member of the Urban Land Institute – Hotel Development Council & Women’s Leadership Initiative, will be moderating the session.
More speakers will be announced soon.
“Wellness & Real Estate 2020: Fitness and leisure in the social distancing era” is part of an ongoing series by PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit, the tech and thought leadership platform of PropertyGuru, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company. The webinar series is part of the proptech company’s ongoing efforts to provide post-pandemic insights and solutions for large-scale property investors, property developers, architects and designers.
PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, a co-located event of the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit, has expanded over recent years to represent niche segments in categories such as Best Wellness Development, Best Lifestyle Development, and Special Recognition for Public Facility.
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