As Business Review hosts the 18th edition of REALTY Forum, its flagship event for the Romanian real estate market, this significant milestone will underpin the concept of this year’s conference. Business Review has been covering the impressive growth of the property sector in the last 18 years and the challenges stemming from economic headwinds and shifting trends of consumers.
In this period, the image of Bucharest and other regional cities has changed significantly due to the development activity that has evenly covered the whole market segments.
The real estate sector continues to progress as more Romanian entrepreneurs and large foreign funds are developing quality projects that can compete with similar ones in other international cities.
REALTY Forum will review the development of the sector in the past 18 years and will also start a conversation about the future of real estate and its innovation potential driven by technology.
The 18th edition of Business Review’s REALTY Forum continues to reflect the growing contribution of the property sector in the Romanian economy. As the leading real estate event on the Romanian market, the REALTY Forum hosts a series of key panel discussions on the outlook of the industry and its investment potential.
➱ The biggest players on the Romanian real-estate market who have been here from the beginning analyze the market evolution and how they adapted and enriched their portfolios in an ever changing business environment to stay ahead of the game.
➱ Discussion on trends of the future.
➱ The delivery pipeline of new office projects: expected stock in 2019 in primary and secondary cities
➱ The delivery pipeline of new residential projects: expected stock in 2019 in primary and secondary cities
➱ The investment strategies of leading players in the industrial and logistics industry | Trends to consider
➱ How the right work space can support retention and recruitment of skilled employees
➱ Can technology make tenants happy? Building Information Modelling (BIM), PropTech. Can robots replace agents?
➱ Space as service & culture of collaboration: co-working, flexible space, wellness