How has the landscape of international investors changed in the global real estate market over the past few years and who should we be watching in 2020? This session will discuss recent and future trends with regards to global capital and their outbound investment strategies, with a focus on Middle East investors and why they continue to be an exciting capital source in the real estate market.
It is time to make a choice - either read between the lines to understand the changes in real estate and be part of its transformation or stick with the good old and come tumbling down with it.
An amazing opportunity yet perceived as a threat by some, we will hear all about the what, when and hows of Proptech: what is it? How will it change the game and how? Who are the players?
This session will shed light on the emergent real estate technologies at home and overseas, and the subsequent new business models
In these fast pace of change les by technology, how should we develop ourselves? What past lessons are there to learn to help us overcome the challenges at work and meet the opportunities that business life presents us with? How possible is it to adapt to in this time and age where individualism is the norm, rationalism is a cult and communication tools rapidly evolve, how possible is it to adapt still tuned in on the rules and concepts of 50 years back? What strategies are best to adopt to stand strong in these peculiar times?
This session focuces on the effects of changing structural factors on business culture and social norms through a historical perspective and analysis of the digital revolution that encompasses us and come up with answers to these pressing questions. Come join us!
It is no longer enough just to provide m2 in projects. Real estate ‘tenants’ such as shop brands, restaurants and hotel operators are already changing their focus - concentrating on ‘experience’ as much as on products. At every level, experience is epitomized by the culture, food and beverage, and entertainment sectors. How the living spaces that we create - our built environment - should change, to accommodate this new approach? And in turn,how cities, municipalities, NGOs, and property developers give more importance to involvement and experience? How to turn this new challenge into an opportunity? And can our lives really be improved by this nexus of arts, dining and entertainment?
Why are cities around the world hungry for Manifesto’s rich urban promise?
Manifesto’s immediate success in creating attractive and lovable landmarks have a city-wide mission and impact to improving the quality of life and quality of food and beverage experience in the city. How do we interstate a 360-strategy into our values and mission, and how our gastro space-as-a-service model disrupting and redefining the real estate, gastro and retail industry? How we interconnect the physical and digital space into one flawless experience.
How to create meaning in your business? What does positive culture entail? How does positive perspective contribute to reputation management? We will have a chance to hear about positive leadership from a seasoned academic in the field, also the author of many scientific articles and books. Our speaker will use points such as collective working, creating meaning and value, and being flexible towards change to share his insights on positive leadership. We will turn inwards and explore the secret strength within us in order to equip ourselves better to respond to the fast pace of change and overcome the challenges confronting us.
Agah Ugur, an esteemed business person and an established achiever who played a key role in leading Borusan Group to be one of the most reputable, succesful and admirable conglomerates in Turkey will be at RE360!