On 19th September 2017 the fifth edition of CEE Property Forum, organized by Property Forum in partnership with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) will gather leading real estate professionals and top executives from Central and Eastern Europe to analyse the potential of the regional real estate market from a global perspective. 70 speakers and more than 400 visitors will come together in Vienna, creating a unique networking opportunity.
Europe and the region’s leading real estate and banking professionals, investors interested in CEE, bankers, advisors, law firms, agencies and property managers will come to Vienna to discuss the latest trends on the real estate markets of Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and many more.
These are without a doubt exciting times for the CEE property industry and for many markets 2017 is likely to go down in history as the strongest year on record. In spite of growing global uncertainty, CEE property markets continue to perform well with most countries attracting a larger and more diverse group of investors than ever. Will the current upward trend continue into 2018? Will investors continue to warm up to previously overlooked markets? Where will new money come from to the region? Top international investors will answer all of these questions and many more in Vienna on 19th September 2017.
Property Forum events – real estate focused conferences, business breakfasts and workshops – are organised all over Europe: in Belgrade, Bratislava, Bucharest, Budapest, London, Prague and Vienna. Property Forum events are characterised by high-level networking opportunities and unique professional content thus attracting over 2000 people annually and making Property Forum one of the leading event hubs of the CEE real estate industry.
Property Forum’s core values are the inspired format, the quality of content and the commitment to seek out the most interesting and most inspiring speakers in the industry and let them share their knowledge and passion.
The first ever Property Forum event was organised in Vienna four year ago. CEE Property Forum 2013 had nearly 30 speakers and 150 visitors. This year 70 speakers and more than 400 visitors will come together in the Austrian capital at the fifth CEE Property Forum. Not only the numbers of participants but the topics have also increased during these five years. All CEE countries and all segments of the market from office to hotel and from retail to student housing are covered by diverse panel discussions and special attention is payed to topics that are currently reshaping the face of the property business, namely wellbeing and property technology.
“In 2017 Property Forum continued its expansion by introducing a new format (Property Summit) and entering two new markets, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. 2018 is expected to be another year of growth for Property Forum with the introduction of new locations and new editions of other events such as the Emerging Europe Property Forum in London”, said Csanád Csürös, CEO of Property Forum.