The Voice of Romanian Real Estate
June 19 | Sheraton Bucharest Hotel

Now at its 17th edition, Business Review's Realty Forum has grown alongside the local property market to become the leading Romanian real estate event. This June, we bring together developers, investors and consultants, to see whether success breeds success for local real estate players in 2018, as the market continues to build on the positive results seen in the last couple of years.

One thing is for sure, Bucharest has already grown to compete with other regional capitals. However, numerous Romanian cities are also increasingly more present on the real estate investors’ map. Consequently, this year we will focus not only on the office, residential, commercial and industrial markets in Bucharest, but also on those in Timișoara, Cluj-Napoca, Iași and Brașov to see what makes them so attractive to investors and what it means for the market overall.

Antoniu Panait
Managing Director | Vastint
Dorel Nita
Head of Real Estate Analysis Division |
Dorin Stefan
Owner, Architect | DSBA
Gabriel Tomescu
Marcel Ionescu-Heroiu
Senior Urban Development Expert | World Bank Group
Marius Cristea
Senior Urban Development Expert | World Bank Group
Sebastian Dragomir
Director | Office Advisory, Colliers International Romania
Andreea Păun
Managing Partner | Griffes
Lori Collin
Senior Advisor | Lion's Head
Karol Skiba
Investment Director | CVI
Florian Nițu
Managing Partner | POPOVICI NIŢU STOICA & ASOCIAŢII - Attorneys at Law
Alexandru Talmazan
Managing Partner | Wrightson Group
Marian Orzu
Managing Partner | Dunwell
Ion Sturza
President | Fribourg Capital
Didier Balcaen
General Manager | Speedwell Real Estate Development
Beatrice Dumitrascu
Vice-President Residential Sales | One United Properties
Diana Calfa
Managing Partner | Morphoza
Daniel Tudor
CEO & Founder | THE CONCEPT Real Estate Advisers
Ivan Lokere
President and CEO, Alinso Group
Bogdan Popescu
Realty Forum Agenda
June 19 | Sheraton Bucharest Hotel
Registration & Welcome coffee
Opening Session | Major NEW investment projects on the local real estate market.

-Investment outlook for the Romanian real estate market
-Key attraction points for new property investors
-Romania’s yield position versus other property markets in the region
-Gauging demand for new investments in the local real estate sector

How the internal migration of Romanian specialists shapes new real estate trends

-Internal migration to Romania’s main regional cities: what is driving this? Can the trend be expected to intensify in the following years?
-HR challenges and their impact on regional office and residential markets – finding and retaining employees at a time of increased job mobility

Coffee break | Networking
Bucharest vs. secondary cities: the new battleground on the Romanian real estate market: Office | Residential | Retail

- Investments in real estate: Bucharest vs secondary cities: why and where?
- Demand and supply for office across Bucharest and the main regional cities in Romania
- Focus on the residential market in Bucharest and secondary cities. Which are the fastest growing residential markets outside the Capital?
- New directions for retail: online versus new concepts ( co-working, Uber, pop-up stores, stores inside apartment buildings)
- New approach of facility management: optimal ways of managing assets in order to increase their value
- Tertiary cities: are they a valid opportunity for real estate developers? Major projects developed there

Bucharest vs. secondary cities: the new battleground on the Romanian real estate market: Industrial | Logistics

- What are the factors that influence the development of the industrial/logistics sector in 2018?
- Capacity of Romania’s market to attract new players in this sector
- Industries that drive demand for logistics services in the coming years

Coffee break | Networking
Office of the future

- Real estate projects and their impact on the development of the sector: how do real estate developers integrate community development in their plans. What should be expected from this new trend?
- Plans of the industry for the future-proof of Romania’s real-estate stock for business needs
- Workplace culture: plans of the industry (developers and owners) to ensure it keeps up with employees' changing needs for the right spaces and to anticipate future trends, while still providing a return for investors
- Wellbeing - key issue for employee attraction and retention

Lunch | Networking
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