Improvon to host annual 'Property Trends' Forum

Posted On Wednesday, 26 September 2012 10:49 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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At the forefront of the South African commercial and industrial property sector is myriad of questions over the future of the industry.

Property-Housing-ResidentialOften the choice to follow international market trends or how the industry itself will be affected by environmental concerns and green building are raised with much speculation.

In a bid to provide clarity and discussion around issues facing the industry, as well as to provide an opportunity for networking and the exchange of valuable information and ideas, Improvon will be hosting the first annual Property Trends Forum on 3 October 2012, at the Sandton Sun Hotel, Gauteng. 

Improvon, a leading commercial and industrial property investment company, was established in 1994 and specialises in creating tailor-made property solutions that are suited to the specific needs of businesses seeking industrial, commercial or warehousing space.

“Our integrated approach, depth of industry expertise and dedication to innovative sustainable solutions means Improvon is ideally placed to host a panel discussion of this nature,” says Jorge Da Costa, Improvon’s CEO.

“It is our aim to gather South Africa’s top CEO’s and executives to engage in discussion around pressing topics like the complexity of owning a business, the influence of global economy , trends shaping property growth, political influences and infrastructure development in SA.”

Hosted by financial journalist and broadcaster, Chris Gibbons, the forum will be a panel discussion, including property and trend forecasting experts the likes of scenario planner Clem Sunter, property economist Professor Francois Viruly, regional executive for Nedbank Corporate Property Finance Ken Reynolds and President of SAPOA Dr Sedise Maseneke.

“There will be opportunity to pose questions to our panel experts after the discussion. The event promises to provide a unique opportunity for the country’s business leaders to get together and share knowledge, inform strategies and cultivate connections,” Da Costa reports, adding that tickets are priced at R500 and the proceeds will go towards the Undergraduate Degree in Civil Engineering through the scholarship program offered at Witwatersrand University.

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