Global property experts discuss how the Asian real estate can get back on track once the region recovers from COVID-19
In collaboration with design brand YOO Worldwide, PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit will host a “Real Estate Reboot” webinar via Zoom on 30 April 2020 to discuss investment opportunities and development strategies in countries heavily affected by the pandemic.
Premier thought leaders in the industry, including property development, hospitality and design, capital management, private equity, finance and investment, will be sharing their insights on how developers, investors, designers and property stakeholders can power through these unprecedented times.
According to the hosts, “the digital conference combines the expertise of YOO – the renowned global brand of developers, placemakers and designers – with the extensive network of top-level business leaders and decision-makers gathered over the years by the annual PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit.”
Speakers at the three-part webinar include:
- John Hitchcox, founder of YOO Worldwide
- Jeremy Williams, chief business officer at PropertyGuru Group
- Lloyd Lee, managing partner at YOO Capital Management
- Bill Barnett, managing director of C9 Hotelworks
- Paul Ashburn, co-managing partner at BDO Thailand
Jules Kay, managing director of the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit and PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, will act as the moderator during the digital conference.
“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,” said Kay.
“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.”
The webinar will take place this Thursday, 30 April 2020 simultaneously via Zoom at 3 pm (Bangkok), 4 pm (Singapore) and 9 am (UK).
To register, visit this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eEUet3m-T06nIAHJGvG6CQ
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