PROPERTY: Commercial Property Sector Tackles Economic Risks
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Sponsored by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance, the SAPOA Convention will take place on 30-31 May 2012 at the Durban International Convention Centre.
The Opportunities Provided by the Commercial Property Convention
Â“The convention provides an exceptional opportunity for the commercial property sector to get together with a variety of stakeholders, including all levels of government,Â” says SAPOA CEO Neil Gopal.
The theme for the Convention is Today and Tomorrow, which is particularly resonant in a global economy at risk of double-dip recession and some key structural changes to the operating environment for the industry in SA.
The Lineup of the Commercial Property Convention
A highlight of the Convention is the line-up of speakers and this year will not disappoint.
Key note speakers for 2012 include leading political commentator and futurist Daniel Silke, who will touch on the positive trends and possible pitfalls for business under the Zuma presidency.
SAÂ’s fearless Public Protector Advocate Thulisile Madonsela is likewise presenting a keynote address, as is respected economist JP Landman.
Another feature of the Commercial Property Convention is the highly-anticipated announcement of the annual SAPOA Property Journalism Awards and the SAPOA Innovative Excellence Awards, which showcases exceptional property development across a number of sectors.
As the presenting sponsor, we are looking forward to facilitating a platform that will stimulate debate and a sharing of knowledge aimed at sustaining the commercial and industrial property sector both in good and challenging economic times,Â” says Frank Berkeley, Managing Executive of Nedbank Corporate Property Finance.
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