Vietnam’s largest hospitality and real estate conference Meet the Experts will come to Hanoi on November 10.
|Registration is now open |
Vietnam’s Real Estate and Hospitality market is currently going on tremendous changes and short-term challenges.
Looking forward, the industry needs upgrades and growing demands for quality products. With more than 20 leading speakers, the conference will enter the discussion on the current market situation with a focus on long-term plans for enduring and sustainable growth. The discussion will present several dynamic aspects, not only upcoming challenges, but also opportunities to be captured.
WeHub community and Savills Hotels will hold a half-day conference on Vietnam’s hospitality and real estate market from 1:30pm on November 10 at the Meliá Hanoi hotel. VIR will act as the media partner for this exciting conference, aiming to support real estate and hospitality recovery.
Key topics include:
- Second home market: Condotels and branded residences
- The hospitality industry in Vietnam – the way for recovery and long-term prospects
- Construction cost rise and its impacts on projects
- Legal updates for condotel and residential projects
- Hotel market performances in Vietnam and demand growth for 2023
Language: English (Vietnamese translation available by advance requests)
|More than 20 leaders will be at the upcoming event in Hanoi |
Registration is prioritised to investors, developers, hotel owners, sponsors, and senior industry partners. Entrance will only be granted with confirmation email and the exclusive QR code from the team.
Register now to secure a precious chance to learn from the 20 leaders: meettheexpertsevents.com/event/registration
Head of Business Development and Marketing
Savills Hotels at email@example.com
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