“For Property Forums in 2018 we have decided to focus on technology and innovation as they are rapidly changing the real estate game. Digitalisation has affected the entire property development cycle starting with the early design, project management, leasing, sale process and long-term asset management. But its not only about newly-built schemes, existing properties can also adopt many of these innovations. I am delighted that representatives of companies that have prepared and have been using such digital solutions had accepted our invitation to share their experience with us,” said Csanad Csüros, CEO of Property Forum.
The programme of Property Forum Prague is split into three parts. The first one is dedicated to macroeconomic predictions for Europe and focuses on Central Europe as an investment destination. An individual panel will describe the current situation on the Czech property investment market. The second part of the conference will be highlighted by the presentation of global proptech guru James Dearsley. Individual panels will provide a detailed look at the retail and logistics markets, in addition to alternative investments such as student housing. The third part, called The Future of Real Estate, deals with the latest technologies in commercial real estate, with special regards to their design, construction and market valuation.
"RICS is committed to helping members to not only continually update their skills and knowledge in order to remain professionally competent but also to share international best practices and novelties and this year we will welcome the first female Chair of RICS Europe, Tina Paillet FRICS, Director of Projects and Technology at Generali Real Estate in Prague. Our long-standing cooperation with Property Forum creates the perfect cross-border platform for professionals to meet the new demands of the changing real estate profession. Our internationally acclaimed speakers share important market insights and industry trends and to mark RICS' global partnership with IFMA, I am happy to announce Lara Paemen, Director of IFMA, as one of our keynote speakers," added Anna Orcsik, who is leading the Central & Eastern European operation of RICS.
Prague Property Forum is going to take place on 29th May 2018 from 9:00 to 15:30 in the Corinthia hotel in Prague-Vyšehrad. Organisers expect 30 speakers and approx. 200 participants in total. The event takes place for the tenth time in CEE and for the second time in Prague.
Notes for editors:
Property Forum is a leading media and event platform in the CEE real estate industry with nearly 10 years of experience. Besides organising real estate conference in Vienna, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Bucharest, Warsaw and other European cities, Property Forum also runs a CEE real estate intelligence platform which covers breaking news, deals, capital market transactions, executive moves and industry trends every day.
RICS is the world's leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property and construction. The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) is an international organisation with more than 140,000 real estate professional members working in 146 countries around the world with over 100 members in the Czech Republic.
The RICS is responsible for setting global standards in the regulation of the real estate profession by maintaining professional and educational standards, working towards strict ethical regulations and endeavouring to ensure independent and objective client counselling, analysis and supervision in all areas of real estate.
Markéta Miková, PR Manager of Prague Property Forum, tel: +420 739 057 684
Anna Orscik, Regional Manager of RICS Central & Eastern Europe, tel: +36 20 262 88 92
Csanad Csüros, CEO of Property Forum, tel: +36 30 235 81 49