The Young Leaders Forum is an opportunity for real estate professionals under 35 to gain insights on current industry issues.
Council Day is a chance for industry leaders to meet, exchange ideas, share best practices and foster thought leadership in specific sectors of the real estate market.
Included in the price of a conference ticket is the Conference Dinner at the Deutsches Historisches Museum, one of the most prestigious buildings in Berlin.
By invitation only.
Today’s economic climate is marked by a profound disconnect between the real economy and the performance of investment markets. While Europe’s overall economic recovery has been slow, growth is picking up on the continent. Meanwhile, the UK economy has started to feel the impact of Brexit. Amidst this economic climate, real estate investment markets are moving full steam ahead. When and how does this cycle come to an end?
Lately, we have seen an increase in the number of significant urban redevelopment projects in cities around the world. At the same time, investors are less willing to take development risks due to growing uncertainty in their income streams caused by rapidly evolving tenant preferences for shorter leases and more flexibility. With these dynamics at play, how can these projects attract investors?
Today’s retail customers demand experience and convenience above all else. How can traditional shopping centres survive in this climate? Are newer retail models better equipped to serve customers’ changing needs? And how does online shopping fit in to this retail ecosystem?
Christoph Sollich—known as “The Pitch Doctor” in Berlin and beyond—has worked with over one thousand startups to help them refine their pitches. Hear Sollich make his case for why Berlin is the hottest startup city in Europe.
Why does PropTech matter? How is the industry responding to tech innovations? And what kinds of business models are destined for success?
The real estate investment landscape is transforming rapidly, influenced by technology, demographics, climate change, and new lifestyle preferences. While economic growth has started to become positive again, the investment markets seem close to the top. In this environment, where do investors find value?