Convention Programme Scores With Prime Topics
The "Real Vienna Convention", based on a new conceptual basis, enjoys popularity by the industry’s key players. For the international trade platform for commercial and industry properties with special focus on the countries of the CEE/SEE regions (Central, South-Eastern and Eastern Europe), scheduled for May 23 to 24, 2012, organiser Reed Exhibitions Messe Wien has registered positive answers from significant companies. “The step towards the new concept of the ‘Real Vienna’ was an important, yet difficult, one. But we are on the right path”, emphasizes Matthias Limbeck, Reed Exhibitions Messe Wien. “The positive answers of these key players of the industry are an important signal for companies intending to follow their suit.”
Immediately after the presentation of the new concept, important key players registered in a first wave for the “Real Vienna Convention 2012” which is taking place in Vienna’s Congress Center, following the international convention model. Among these key players are Immofinanz AG and Drees & Sommer GmbH as well as PORR Solutions, Strauss & Partner Immobilien and CBRE Global Investors. Also, MBG – Wiener Messe Besitz GmbH, WSE – Wiener Stadtentwicklungsgesellschaft m.b.H., Wien Holding, PKF Hotelexperts GmbH and Rustler Gruppe GmbH have already confirmed their participation.
During the past weeks of the New Year the number of registrations has further increased, and organiser Reed Exhibitions Messe Wien has been glad to receive more positive interest from renowned real estate companies. Among these are Raiffeisenbank International, the leading commercial and investment bank of Austria and the CEE-regions, the market leader in industry and commercial properties, Colliers International as well as the largest facility management service provider in Austria and the CEE-regions, REIWAG.
CEE/SEE-Regions at the “Real Vienna Convention”
Registrations and positive feedback from the CEE/SEE regions have been received. From Poland the Dolny Śląsk (Lower Silesia) region, the Silesian town Częstochowa, the region Kujawsko Pomorskie (Kujawy-Pomerania), the hospital operator association Nowy Szpital Wojewódzki and the commercial and investment department of the embassy of the Republic of Poland will be coming to the “Real Vienna Convention 2012”. From the SEE region Via Lacteus from Croatia and the commercial construction and properties expert K&K engineering as well as Glorient Investment from Bulgaria will be attending the “Real Vienna Convention 2012”.
Convention Programme with Prime Topics as the Highlight of the Exhibition
The “Real Vienna Convention 2012” is both a presentation area for exhibitors as well as a network platform for the attendant trade and commercial property experts. In the foreground of the presentation and exhibition section is the lecture and side programme as the highlight of the “Real Vienna Convention”. With this programme the topical substance of the entire event is to be deepened and at the same time networking outside the “Real Vienna Convention” agenda is to receive more significance and space.
Twelve key subjects about current developments and questions concerning the real estate industry mark the two-day convention programme. Trends, forecasts and strategies will be discussed and presented. The headings of these key subjects are: Infrastructure, Traffic and Logistics / Real Estate Markets in CEE/SEE / Investing (strategy, portfolio optimisation, amongst others) / Financing (Islamic financing, Basel III, Solvency II) / Renewable Energies / Austria and CEE/SEE (international investors in Austria, Austrian players in CEE/SEE) / Urban Development / Hotel Properties and Tourism / Commercial Properties / Residential Estates and Residential Construction / Sustainability, Green & Blue Buildings / Innovations.
More closely considered is the Convention programme which offers a variety of current industry topics, professionally outlined and presented by the experts. Insights into industry-relevant characteristics and trends in CEE countries and regions like Kazakhstan, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Russia and Turkey are on the agenda on both days of the “Real Vienna Convention” (May 23 and 24). Other lectures decidedly aim at infrastructure development, E-mobility and renewable energies. Five interdependent modules on sustainability are offered in a separate series of lectures under the heading: “Sustainability – Green Buildings” on Thursday, May 24. Also, the effects of the current situation of the financial market on the real estate industry within the EU, the practical implementation of Basel III, the 4th amendment of the “Capital Requirement Directive”, tips on financing infrastructure projects and large-volume construction projects – which conditions are to be met – and a focused outlook on trade properties and trends for shopping centres are topics of the Convention’s programme.
All information regarding the “Real Vienna Convention” and the convention programme can be found at www.realvienna.at.
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