Indonesia’s biggest real estate awards programme still accepting nominations until August ahead of gala dinner in November
- Black-tie gala event to be held on 5 November 2020 at The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place
- Logo rights will be extended for Winners and Highly Commended nominees whilst existing entries will be judged as normal
- Organisers to remain vigilant of situation and follow recommendations of local authorities and health experts
JAKARTA, Indonesia –– 5 May 2020
PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, the region’s leading real estate awards programme, is moving forward this year with a new timeline for its Indonesian edition.
The organisers have made the responsible decision of postponing the 6th PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards’ black-tie gala dinner, previously set for August, to ensure the safety and health of guests, venues, and staff members.
Indonesia’s leading annual real estate gala event will now be held on Thursday, 5 November 2020 at The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place. The general public are still encouraged to submit their nominations online until 7 August via https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/nominations
The rescheduled key dates for the PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards are as follows:
- 7 August 2020 – Nominations Close
- 14 August 2020 – Entries Close
- 17 August-4 September 2020 – Site Inspections
- 7 September 2020 – Final Judging
- 5 November 2020 – Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony in Jakarta, Indonesia
- 4 December 2020 – Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand
Precautionary health protocols will be followed stringently leading up to and on the day of the gala events.
Existing entries will also be judged as normal based on the established criteria whilst entry submission cut-offs will be extended as necessary for each market.
The new gala dates will then subsequently extend the logo rights of the eventual Winners and Highly Commended awardees.
Jules Kay, Managing Director of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, said: “With the safety of our guests remaining a number one priority, we want to ensure that we hold our events at a time when our award nominees and other stakeholders feel comfortable and ready to fully celebrate their achievements.”
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