Property Report Congress 2016 series is coming to Kuala Lumpur

Mangalesri ChandrasekaranJune 20, 2016


The Property Report Congress Malaysia 2016, the country’s biggest real estate conference where Asian real estate leaders meet, will be held on 11 August from 10:00 to 16:00 at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur.

The fourth conference in 2016 following the successful events in Manila, Ho Chi Minh City and Yangon, the Property Report Congress Malaysia 2016 will feature keynote addresses and panel discussions on crucial issues that will impact the Malaysian property market, such as foreign investment, urban development, technology in real estate, and online marketing.

Conference delegates will have a chance to meet and learn from Asia’s industry leaders who are redefining the property landscape and find solutions to the industry’s problems together. Experts from Malaysia and overseas will speak at the one-day event, with the opening remarks to be given by Liam Aran Barnes, brand director and editor-in-chief of Property Report, Asia’s leading luxury real estate, architecture and design publication.

Organised by PropertyGuru, Asia’s leading online property portal group, the Property Report Congress will be followed by the third annual South East Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) 2016 black-tie gala dinner in the evening (from 18:00 to 22:30), which will be attended by more than 250 of the country’s top real estate developers, executives and industry professionals.


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