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The inauguration session

Investments after COVID-19 pandemic – will Poland again become a green island?

The coronavirus has been paralysing global investments. The decrease in investors’ activity on the global market has been the most dramatic in history. Europe has been losing its charm while Poland is swimming against the tide, attracting a growing number of projects. Do the investments of Google and Microsoft mean that Poland will play part in the industrial revolution? Poland's competitive advantage. Which sectors have the potential of attracting the largest capital? What locations are attractive for investors? What is the condition of the real estate market after the pandemic? Should we be afraid of anti-globalism and economic protectionism? 

Shopping centres

Buying in shopping centres – what will change?

COVID-19 has accelerated the incoming revolution. How will the ecosystem of shopping centres change as a result?

Retail in shopping centres – the perspective of owners and managers of shopping centres.

Will rents sharply decrease as a result of the pandemic and turn properties valuation upside down? Who will fill the void after tenants have terminated their tenancy agreements? Will some shopping centres have to be reinvented? Will e-commerce prove to be a breath of fresh air?

Retail in shopping centres – the perspective of owners and managers of shopping centres.

How are sales networks faring in the new market reality? Are they still interested in operating in shopping centres? Will high street serve as a better alternative? How to redraft a tenancy agreement? Will the current retail sales model become outdated? How to keep shopping centres attractive?

Retail trade in shopping centres – errors of the system highlighted by the pandemic
How to reduce the risk? How to re-establish relationships? How not to repeat the same mistakes? 

Sales networks. Development based on change
The crisis has ushered in the digitalisation of sales networks Processes are accelerating. Will the use of modern technologies affect the pace of compensating losses and improving market position? Innovations in e-commerce.

Office blocks

Back to work – offices in the post-pandemic reality

Home office until further notice – the COVID-19 revolution. How will the management style, style of work and the role of offices change?

Back to work – the perspective of developers, owners and managers of office blocks
Do factories of the 21st century have to be revamped or radically changed? The horror of vacant offices – are there reasons for Poland to be scared? To what extent will construction works proceed according to schedule? Will demand satisfy supply? Will the pandemic cause a decrease in rents and value of properties?

Back to work – the perspective of a tenant

New working conditions – what will change in the way we work? Separate, yet together – will social distancing increase demand for offices or will offices become smaller? Which trend is going to prevail? What changes will be brought about by the pandemic – flexible surfaces, smart-desks, the reintroduction of open space?

Back to work – flexible surface in every block of offices – myth or a fact?

Will flexible hubs revolutionize the market of office space? What is the best form of tenancy? What do tenants expect? What are developers working on?

Safe office. Design after the pandemic


New Logistics. There is now way stopping e-commerce – how will it transform the logistics of the future?

Traditional trade has been in decline. Consumers are moving on-line. How will new trends transform transport and logistics?

New Logistics. Automatisation, robotization, artificial intelligence. Human as the odd one out in the warehouse of the future – myth or a fact?
Technologies with the potential to revolutionize the warehouse and logistics sector.

New Logistics. Green warehouses will balance the industry

Eco-friendly solutions that will help minimize the impact of warehousing facilities on the environment.

Unscathed by the pandemic

In recent years warehouses in Poland have become a market blockbuster and they have remained unscathed in the pandemic. The sector is currently facing new opportunities, among others due to the acceleration of the development of e-commerce and the transfer of manufacturing capabilities back to Europe. But it has also been facing new challenges: the decrease of performance of tenants or problems with the automotive sector. What are businesses operating in the sector worried about? What are their expectations?


Recovery plan. When will hotels recover from COVID-19?

Supply and demand – before and after the pandemic. What do clients expect? New trends.

Recovery plan – the perspective of hotel owners
The coronavirus does not differentiate local chains from global brands – how soon will they return to the path of growth?
How to recreate demand? For how long will hotels be able to cope without financing and interest on the part of investors? What new trends will drive the sector?

Safe hotel. Design after the pandemic

Cycle of presentations


Will the lack of financing from the banking sector stop the real estate market in Europe? What are the alternatives?

In recent years it has not been the lack of capital that posed a challenge for the real estate market; it was the dwindling market of assets and prices. What will the pandemic change in terms of access to capital? How will the costs of credit change and how will it influence the development of the sector, the number and pace of transactions in short- and long-term as well as the value of properties? Private investors, mezzanine financing and others – what are the alternatives?


The market cannot stand the void. What assets should we invest in nowadays?

The first quarter of 2020 was very good for the transaction market in Poland. It was also a record-breaking period for the warehousing sector, Today investors are interested in warehouses and they are to a lesser extent interested in office blocks. Shopping centres and hotels are currently not being taken into consideration. How long will it last? Which sectors will remain more resilient to the effects of the pandemic? Dormitories, nursing homes, facilities from the “health care” sector – what other classes of assets will be the centre of attention of investors?


Nearshoring – a trend that needs to be utilised

COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the weakness of the system. The stability of the supply chain has proven crucial for business. Will transferring production closer to end users stimulate the development of now logistics hubs in Central and Eastern Europe? How should Poland take advantage of this trend?

The art of attracting business. Focus on Pomerania

Does the investment climate favour the Pomerania region? And does the region favour investors? What attracts investors interested in developing their business in this part of the country? What can they expect?

Alternative investments.

Alternative is class. Investors in search of assets resilient to economic turmoil

The budding market of alternative investments in Poland is luring potential investors. Will dormitories, nursing homes and data centres prove to be a safe harbour for players interested in diversifying their portfolio? What is the profitability of this business? Is it resilient to economic turmoil like the one caused by Covid-19? Appropriate location, competing for plots with developers investing in other types of assets, land development plans – what are the obstacles on the way of projects? Plans of developers.


Safe and stable. Are flats crisis-proof and will they always maintain their value?

Flats belong to a class of investment assets whose value is rapidly increasing. Nowadays developers in Poland build not only for private owners. An established brand of the Polish economy and the dynamic development of Polish cities attracts institutional investors. What is the driver of the housing sector in Poland? What is the size of the market of flats for rent in Poland? What locations and products are most attractive? Has Covid-19 pandemic taken its toll on the housing market? How strong is the basis of the increase of prices of flats in Poland?

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