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Conference for Real Estate Investors
September 29, 2014   
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The second Project: Investor conference for investors in the real estate market will be held in the western city of Poznań Oct. 14-15.

The conference will bring current and potential investors from Poland and abroad together with professionals from a number of sectors that are involved in various stages of the process of investing in real estate. This year’s conference, which will be held in Polish and English, will take place at Poznań’s IBB Andersia hotel and will tackle issues of key importance to the real estate market.

The conference aims to inform participants about the latest trends on the Polish and global markets for real estate investment. Another goal is to enhance the appeal of major regional cities in Poland to investors.

During two panel discussions on the first day of the conference, entitled “Regional Cities—B-League Poland or the Backbone of the Country?” and “Invest Where It’s Safe!” participants will discuss the key aspects of investing in projects located in different parts of Poland.

The debate has been organized in partnership with the consulting companies Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield and Knight Frank.

On the second day, the conference’s guests from abroad will meet with the authorities of Wielkopolska province, where Poznań is located. Foreign investors will see a presentation about the region’s best business locations.

For further information, the conference agenda and registration forms go to www.projektinwestor.pl
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