54th Kiparra Day (N180817)
The API is excited to present its 54th annual Kiparra Day conference at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney on Friday 17 August. The Conference will feature a range of engaging speakers and topics who will present the latest outlooks, predictions and trends across the industry.
Our outstanding line up of speakers and topics are listed below.
API News & Update
Keynote Address - Economic Outlook
Commercial Property Outlook
John Sears, National Director Research, Cushman & Wakefield
Autonomous Vehicles and Future Mobility
Key Supply Chain Themes Driving Change in Today’s Marketplace
Christine Miller, Head of Supply Chain Advisory – Pacific, CBRE
Co-working | Will we be co-working by 2025?
Facilitator: Andrew Ballantyne, Head of Research - Australia, JLL
Speakers: Laura Peterson, Dexus; Kasia Stelmach, HUB; Andreas Flaig, Group Chief Development Officer, Next Story Group; and John Reed, Director, LPC Cresa.
Lunch (Two course sit down lunch)
Residential | Prestige and Luxury Homes, International Buyers and Property Concierge
Monika Tu, Director, Black Diamondz
An Interview with Iwan Sunito
Interviewer: Robert Harley. Speaker: Iwan Sunito, Co-Founder and CEO, Crown Group
|*please note this program is subject to change without notice.|
|Early Bird (before Friday 13 July)||Standard (from Saturday 14 July)|
|API Student Members||$302||$342|
Registration fees are GST inclusive.
Full attendance at this conference accrues 6 API CPD credit points.
Sponsorship opportunities are available, please contact Kirsty Nargar on 02 9299 1811 or email@example.com
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