After attracting a full house of real estate investors and developers for its inaugural Hong Kong event this week, Asia’s leading real estate investment publication, Mingtiandi.com, has already made plans for its logistics forum in Hong Kong on 30 June 2020.
At its co-living seminar on Monday at the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel in Wanchai, Mingtiandi provided a platform for industry leaders from Weave Co-Living, Warburg Pincus, Baker McKenzie, Atlas Residential and Colliers International to share their expertise with an audience of over 100 professionals.
Given the level of response for the logistics event in March, the company already expects a crowd of over 150 attendees for a discussion of one of Asia’s hottest alternative investment opportunities.
Bringing Together Top Developers and Investors
At the co-living event on 25 November, Mingtiandi brought together leaders from some of the world’s largest investment managers and banks including DBS Bank, Goldman Sachs, Heitman, Kailong Group, Oaktree Capital, PAG and The Townsend Group.
Cross-pollinating with these money managers were senior executives from some of the region’s largest developers, including Gemdale USA, Henderson Land, Hines and Sun Hung Kai Properties.
Also attending the event were representatives of co-living provider Hmlet, Intercontinental Hotels Group, JLL and co-living startup Tulou Management Limited.
Logistics Event to Explore Opportunities Across APAC
For Mingtiandi’s next event, the company will be leveraging the power of its monthly audience of more than 80,000 real estate professionals to bring together opinion leaders and industry innovators from around the region.
The logistics forum will once again lead with a spotlight interview session with two industry leaders, to be followed by panels sessions.
Mingtiandi’s marketing team is now in the process of finalising the event agenda, and if you are interested in speaking opportunities, or would like to find out more about the program, please contact us here.
All images by Belinda Jiao Photography.