Singapore has set out plans to make 80 percent of buildings in the city-state go green by 2030 and in December, Hong Kong said that it would begin requiring finance firms in the city to disclose climate change policies by… Read More>>
Mingtiandi launched its proptech survey last week and has already received responses from top executives managing billions of dollars in real estate across the region.
To date, more than 80 responses to the survey have been received with over 75… Read More>>
With the coronavirus pandemic creating obstacles to traditional ways of doing business, and market gyrations amplifying demand for data, real estate investors and developers across Asia are taking a closer look at tech systems in 2020.
To find out how… Read More>>
Companies across Asia Pacific have been faced with lockdowns, circuit breakers and travel bans this year which have quickly tested information and communication systems across industries as the COVID-19 pandemic deprived businesses of many of their traditional business tools.
Long… Read More>>
Successful real estate investment relies on access to information, and Mingtiandi is preparing to give our readers more of the market intelligence that they need in 2020.
To help us ensure that we are delivering the data and insights that… Read More>>
Mingtiandi’s first event of 2019 is on its way in Hong Kong later this month, and we have already received strong response with more than 60 percent of tickets sold with three weeks yet to go before the event… Read More>>
The aftermath of the decision one week ago by the We Company, the parent firm of WeWork, to postpone its initial public offering continues to be examined in the international press, in board rooms and coffee shops as markets sort… Read More>>
News reports this week indicate that the We Company, the parent of co-working giant WeWork has postponed its planned IPO until at least next month.
The following survey seeks the opinions of Mingtiandi readers on the prospects for the We… Read More>>
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin late last week was reportedly ready to sweeten a $4 billion offer to take private his Hong Kong-listed developer, Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties.
If a recent survey of Mingtiandi readers is a reliable indicator, however, the… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties this week halted trading in its shares after offering investors a guaranteed 12 percent return for backing a plan to buy back it’s Hong Kong-listed stock in preparation for re-listing the company on the mainland.
With… Read More>>