Property Forum - the commercial property eventProperty Forum 2015

Speakers

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Hadley Dean

Hadley Dean

Founder, MDC2

Hadley has been successfully operating in Poland for over 20 years where he is recognised for growing businesses and consistently outperforming the market place.

Before establishing MDC² he used to hold the role of the founding CEO of EPP – the largest owner of shopping centres in Poland (EUR 2.6bn of GAV). Prior to EPP he was a Managing Partner for Eastern Europe for Colliers International where he built the best logistics and industrial space agency business in Central and Eastern Europe.

 

Participates in the sessions:

  • COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES – INAUGURATION

    Summarizing the pandemic – gains and losses. The Polish market of commercial properties

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    Summarizing the pandemic – gains and losses. The Polish market of commercial properties

    09.30 a.m. – 10.00 a.m.
    Introduction to the session – a discussion from the Real Estate Reviews cycle

    10.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.
    Summarizing the pandemic – gains and losses. The Polish market of commercial properties Suspended investment programmes, problems with financing, empty offices and shopping centres, a lack of tenants, hotels struggling to remain afloat vs. the booming warehousing market, technological revolution and investors shifting interest to flats, dormitories and data centres? Are there reasons to worry? Could good times be just behind the corner?

    Summarizing the pandemic – gains and losses. The Polish market of commercial properties

  • WAREHOUSES

    Healthy warehousing market

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    Healthy warehousing market

    Poland’s industrial and logistics sector was least severely hit by the pandemic. It was ranked third among Europe’s most active sectors and – together with Germany and the United Kingdom – in 2020 its rented surfaces amounted to 3 million metres square. As the Polish warehousing market is flourishing, we are presenting the latest data on its condition. We ask experts, developers and investors about the future of the sector.

    Healthy warehousing market

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