Cityscape event to tackle key property issues
Manama, September 7, 2010
The first Cityscape Connect business breakfast in Bahrain will bring together industry leaders from real estate investment, development, advisory, legal and finance backgrounds to share their insights in a networking forum.
The session will provide a market overview and economic outlook for Bahrain and Middle East real estate with a particular focus on establishing a viable model for affordable housing, assessing supply and demand dynamics for commercial and retail assets in the current climate and projecting residential values and evaluating the housing pipeline.
It will also look at opportunities in transport and infrastructure as well as identifying under-served asset classes for investment and development.
Speakers include DTZ head of consulting Martin Cooper, Eskan Properties chief development officer Fadi Jamali, First Bahrain general manager Amin Al Arrayed, Sakana Holistic Solutions chief executive R Lakshmanan and Trowers & Hamlins head of real estate Abdul-Haq Mohammed.
"We are delighted to bring together such an illustrious speaker panel for our inaugural Cityscape Connect business breakfast in Bahrain," said Cityscape director of conferences and investor relations Sarah Meridith.
"Our panel of industry leaders will lead the discussion around critical issues affecting the real estate industry not only in Bahrain, but across the region, and identifying new areas of opportunity for investment and development in the market.
The event, a series of successful business breakfasts, run in major cities around the world including New York, Sao Paulo, Hong Kong and Singapore.
The event will take place on September 21 at the Capital Club. – TradeArabia News Service
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