With day moderators Prof Greg Clark CBE - Global Advisor on Cities and Evan Davis UK broadcaster and journalist.
For the last two years the EPRA conference has focussed on disruptive innovation, with futurist speakers outlining the impact on societies and economies in the coming decade. 2018 will narrow the theme down to real estate, discussing current disruptions and the short-term future impact on our sector at an asset level.
The challenge is to rethink, debate and reshape the perspective on how RE must adapt to fast-paced disruption. Following inspirational keynote speeches, two leaders from the retail and office disruption models will rival the traditional suppliers in a debate about the future of these sectors with a proptech pitching session.
Property tours in Berlin - see the full details of the property tours HERE
Networking breakfast & German market introduction, followed by property tours led in parallel by
various EPRA Committee meetings - exclusive to EPRA members of the respective committees | for specific information, please contact your committee’s EPRA representative
EPRA Annual General Meeting
Keynote speakers - with moderator Prof Greg Clark CBE - Global Advisor on Cities
Welcome & chairmanship handover
– with Christophe Cuvillier, Rolf Buch and Dominique Moerenhout
Peter Nolan CBE - Chong Hua Chair in Chinese Development & Director of the University’s Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge
The silk road strategy - is China buying the world?
Geoffrey West - Distinguished professor, Santa Fe Institute
The theory of scale – application on the realities and current challenges of the listed real estate
Dror Poleg - Managing Partner, Rethinking.RE Platform
How can real estate companies leverage the latest technology, insights and management methods to create sustainable value?
EPRA Debates - with moderator Evan Davis - UK TV Show "Dragons Den" presenter
The PropTech Tank
Bringing 5 PropTech start-ups to pitch & compete in front of an expert panel
Financial & Sustainability BPR awards | Outstanding Contribution to Society Award
Coffee break & networking
Office's future debate
Debating: Olivier Elamine, alstria REIT CEO & disruptive model of office RE business
with Simon Robson Brown, CBRE Clarion Securities Portfolio Manager | Chris Grigg, British Land CEO, accompanied by occupiers and offices sector experts
Retail's future debate
Debating: Christophe Cuvillier, Unibail Rodamco CEO & Porter Erisman, former VP of Alibaba Group
with Pascal Duhamel, ADIA Head of European Real Estate Investment | accompanied by occupiers and retail sector experts
Cocktails & Dinner
with Joschka Fischer - former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany (Gerhard Schröder Cabinet)
Interview with Joschka Fischer by Katya Adler - BBC Europe Editor
The European and the German political scene
Seven panels > each of four companies > speed-pitching to an investor audience
"Nolan knows more about Chinese companies and their international competition than anyone else on earth, including in China" The Financial Times
Are cities "just" large organisms, and why do they persist, whereas all companies die? Can we predict the lifespan of companies? Why does the pace of socio economic life intextricably accelerate and how is this driven by growth, innovation and wealth creation?
How can real estate companies leverage the latest technology insights and management methods to create sustainable value?
Former Vice-President at Alibaba Group, joining the company just as it moved out of founder Jack Ma's apartment. International bestselling author of "Alibaba's World: How a remarkable Chinese Company is Changing the Face of Global Business".
Main presenter of the BBC2 current affairs show Newsnight. Well known as the UK business reality show Drangons Den presenter and author of "Post Truth: Why we have reached Peak Bullshit and what we can do about it" which sets out to explain why there is so much mendacity and nonsense in public discourse and why it became more of a concern in 2016.
Former Vice Chancellor & Foreign Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany (1998-2005). "A powerful character and keen intellect, he remains a vitally important European political figurehead and thinker, with his fascinating views on EU integration, the Eurozone crisis and the impact of globalisation on Europe’s economy and political system."
"Katya Adler is the BBC’s multilingual multitasking superhero.The hard-to-please Daily Telegraph was awed: <<Adler’s eye for absurdity was as unimpeachable as her neutrality.>>"