Industry Update
Press Release12 June 2020

Virtual Event: Real Estate Tomorrow goes live on 16 June

share this article
1 min

The future of successful real estate investment lies with better alignment between owner and occupier. While many sectors of operational real estate - the fastest growing area of property investment - have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, it paradoxically remains the future. Hence the offline Operational Real Estate Festival (OPRE) has been transformed into the virtual Real Estate Tomorrow (RET) conference on Tuesday 16 June.

"In the online world, it is clear that content is king and Real Estate Tomorrow will to deliver a programme fit for royals. But we have also worked hard to ensure this is so much more than a webinar. Networking is critical to enable the lead generation that creates the value in live events," says Andrew Sangster, co-founder of Real Estate Tomorrow and Editorial Director of Hotel Analyst.

RET covers many sectors of real estate: healthcare and senior living; student accommodation; pubs and restaurants; flex office; emerging residential such as co-living; leisure property; and hospitality. And it is the latter segment that is cutting across areas of operational real estate as property investment becomes "hotelised". It is at this cutting edge where RET is focused; the interface where new opportunities are emerging in real estate investment.

Key speakers include the global head of real estate at Schroders, Duncan Owen; a director at APG, Martijn Vos; and Head of Healthcare at AXA, Andrew Ovey. They are being joined by hundreds of other key investors in real estate who are being invited to attend free.

"Our event is much more than a webinar, we have created an online experience that enables attendees to effectively network as well as learn," says Jonathan Worsley, co-founder of RET and chairman of Bench Events.

The sectors being covered at RET include:

  • Healthcare and senior living
  • Student accommodation
  • Hospitality
  • Leisure
  • Pubs and restaurants
  • Flex office
  • Emerging residential sectors like micro-living and co-living

Investors can apply for a complimentary pass (normally Euro 200) on the website.

A selection of registered companies so far includes: A&O Hotels & Hostels; Aberdeen Standard Investments; Adina Apartments; AEW; Align Partners; AHV Associates; Alsotel; Alreas (London); Anisorian; APG Asset Management; Arbireo Capital; Axa Investment Managers; Beaufort Capital; Biscuit Labs; Brookfield; C1 Capital; CBRE; Circlemoon Partners; CMS; CODE Pod Hostels; Copeland Hospitality on behalf of Ella Holdings; CP Holdings; Crosstree Real Estate Partners; Cuckooz Nest; Deka Immobilien; Deutsche Pfandbriefbank; DLA Piper; Edyn Group; EPRA; EQ Group; Fastighets AB Riverton; Frasers Hospitality; GIC Real Estate; Green Street Advisors; Hamilton Hotel Partners; Harrells Feng Investment; Fortress Investment Group; FREO Group; Herald; Invesco Real Estate; Haulfryn Group; HORECA Investment Partners; Jurys Inn & Leonardo Hotels; KSL Capital; LIFE Europe; Lyvinn; Kerzner International; KRC Capital; Lancer Capital; Marlins Development; MDWI; m3 Ventures; Ministry of Tourism; Nido Student; Nine Hotel Group; Orientals for Urban Development (OUD); Otus & Co; Pandox; Patron Capital Advisors; PATRIZIA Immobilien KVG; Precis Advisory; Primevest Capital Partners; Queensgate Investments; Radar DWC; Sir Richard Sutton; Strawberry Star Capital; Schroder Real Estate Investment Management; Sydell Group; Tech Space; TFI Hospitality Development; The Collective; Tourism Development Fund; Uncle; Urban Land Institute; West Ridge Asset Management; W Hospitality Group; Wyndham Hotels & Resorts; Zoku

Related Event

Webinar: Virtual Event: Realestate Tomorrow

event information
Latest News