Broll progressively leads the conversation as platinum sponsor of the Africa Property Investment summit 2018

Posted On Tuesday, 18 September 2018 11:26 Published by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

When it comes to property, the adage goes, “Position. Position. Position.” That’s why Broll Property Group is proud to take its position as Platinum Sponsor of the Africa Property Investment Summit & Expo 2018 (API 2018).It will be held in Sandton, Johannesburg, on the 20th and 21st of September.

 MALCOM-HORNE

The Summit will highlight the drive towards building a smarter solution for African real estate. It will focus on the different ways of investing in and developing one of our continent’s most valuable assets: land. API 2018 will provide solutions-based outcomes, from new ways to attract finance, and the advances and challenges of the shared economy, to the latest in property technology and innovation.

This is Broll’s second consecutive year as Platinum Sponsor of this high-profile event, and Group CEO, Malcolm Horne, will be welcoming delegates in the expo’s opening address. Many vital industries will be represented at the summit, including private and public investment, as well as property development and construction.

Broll will also be represented by, amongst others, Gavin Cox, head of retail management and leasing in Nigeria. He will host a debate on issues including the challenges faced in managing property assets as well as ROI-boosting asset and property management.

Two research publications, both essential to property investment and management, are being released by Broll Property Intel. These are an extensive Logistics report, which centres on the way property, and its many values, can enhance the field of logistics. Broll Intel will also present a second research report on property trends within twelve African countries. This will give insight into retail, office and industrial property markets while also exploring each country’s facts, economic indicators and rankings.

The prestigious API Awards 2018 will, additionally, be presented at the forum. In addition, of course, networking breakfasts, lunches and dinners will give delegates the opportunity to engage with other key stakeholders.

Broll’s team of progressive property people can be found at Stand 23. Visit them and discuss how the company can assist you in taking advantage of the opportunities in African property investment.

Last modified on Monday, 08 October 2018 01:40

Most Popular

Rebosis Property Fund retail portfolio delivers excellent operational performance despite a tough market

Nov 11, 2019
Sisa Ngebulana REBOSIS
Rebosis Property Fund, the JSE’s first listed black-managed REIT, today reported its…

10 SA REITs are among South Africa’s top listed companies

Nov 15, 2019
Estienne de Klerk SA REIT Chairman
South African REITs (real estate investment trusts) have once again excelled among the…

African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF) Cape Town declaration provides 5 point plan for african governments to address housing finance shortage

Nov 14, 2019
African Union of Housing Finance
Following the successful completion of their 35th Annual Conference, the members of the…

SA REIT publishes the second edition of its best practice recommendations for financial reporting

Nov 13, 2019
Bram Goossens
The SA REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) sector has published the Second Edition of its…

Indluplace Properties boosts team to drive letting in 2020

Nov 13, 2019
Carel de_ Wit CEO Indluplace
Indluplace Properties, the first residential-focused REIT to list on the JSE, has…

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.