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Event   Dinner Talk on Real Estate Values in Qianhai and Impacts on Hong Kong
Place   The HKUAA Clubhouse, 1/F, Yip Fung Building,2 D'Aguilar Street, Central
Organiser   HKUGA and Urban Land Institute (ULI)
Email   hkugaeo@gmail.com

Dates and Times
Dates   2013/12/05
Start time   PM 06:30
Close time   PM 08:30

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Dinner Talk on Real Estate Values in Qianhai and Impacts on Hong Kong

Date:

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Time:

6:30pm    Registration starts
7:00pm - 8:30pm     Presentation and dinner 


Venue:


The HKUAA Clubhouse, 1/F, Yip Fung Building, 2 D'Aguilar Street, Central

Fee:

Member HK$220
Non-member HK$350 
 

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Please click here to register.

Mr. Sunny Poon ( Director of Office Services of Colliers South China, Deputy General Manager of Colliers Shenzhen)

Sunny is a veteran of South China commercial real estate industry, with over 13 years of experience in office services, client relationship and in-depth market knowledge about Hong Kong and South China, particularly Shenzhen and Guangzhou. Over the years, Sunny has represented numerous landmark projects and corporate real estate tenants across South China, and obtained client's trust because of his excellent communication, aggressive negotiating skills, professionalism and his ability to create "win-win" deals. Besides leading the Office Services team of South China, Sunny is also the deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Office, heading the team to expand market share in the region.

Sunny and his team have been appointed by the Qianhai Government as the development consultant for a government site composite development. Recently Sunny and his team were also appointed by Excellence Group as the development consultant and sole sales agent for the first site acquired through public auction in Qianhai.

This event is co-organized with The Urban Land Institute.

About The Urban Land Institute

Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a non-profit research and education organization supported by its members. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Founded in 1936, the institute has now nearly 30,000 members worldwide representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines, working in private enterprise and public service.

For more details of the Urban Land Institute and its Young Leaders Group, please click here.

Enquiries:

Jessica Kong  5190 5528   hkugaeo@gmail.com

Ian Chu           9079 0460     ichu@graduate.hku.hk

 


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