Expo Real Hybrid Summit conference program: Exciting topics and high-profile speakers
The conference program of the Expo Real Hybrid Summit on October 14 and 15 features exciting topics and renowned speakers, including an economic scientist, a sociologist, a climate specialist and numerous experts from the real estate industry.
The key theme of this year's Expo Real Hybrid Summit will come as no surprise as more than 50 events in five forums explore the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on real estate and investments. While COVID-19 is making the headlines, the real estate industry is also facing up to the challenges of environmental protection and digital change.
For the opening event of the Expo Real Forum on Wednesday, October 14 at 11:00, Messe München have lined up two prominent scientists to provide insights into the economic and social effects of the pandemic: Professor Gabriel Felbermayr, President of the IfW Institute for the World Economy in Kiel, and Professor Armin Nassehi, sociologist from Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich. They will each hold a keynote speech on the topic: "Corona turns the world on its head: What does this mean for real estate and investments in Germany?" Following their keynotes, both speakers will join a panel of renowned experts from the real estate industry for a lively discussion.
Panel discussions with climate researchers and retail and marketing experts
• On Wednesday at 14:00, the climate researcher Professor Mojib Latif will be joining the Expo Real Forum by live video stream. His topic: "Climate protection requirements: Responsibility for real estate and investments."
• At 15:00, Professor Günter Schuh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Next e.GO Mobile SE, will be addressing the topic "Good-bye mobility transition? Responding to climate change and the consequences of the pandemic?"
• On Thursday at 13:30, the retail and marketing expert Dr. Marc Schumacher from Liganova will be delivering a keynote speech on "The New Normal Post Covid-19 Marketing & Consumption Habits" and will also be joining the panel of experts to discuss "Urban development challenges: solutions for attractive city centers" at 14:00.
• At 16:00, the Expo Real Forum draws to a close with a final panel discussion focusing on the extent to which the corona pandemic is giving the digitalization of the real estate industry a turbo boost.
The conference program also includes numerous participants from the real estate industry. All speakers and talks can be found online
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