YPP Building the Future: Brisbane’s Tourism Revolution (Q180315)

7:00am Thursday, 15 March 2018
9:00am Thursday, 15 March 2018
Young Property Professionals (YPP)
Urbis Brisbane
Level 7, 123 Albert Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000
Australia

Brisbane is currently undergoing a serious facelift. With major projects such as Queens Wharf, Cross River Rail and Brisbane Airport’s new runway all under construction, and the proposed Brisbane Metro and Brisbane Live maintaining Brisbane’s trajectory to ‘New World City’ status, we discuss what the impacts will be on tourism and entertainment. Join us to hear from industry experts as they discuss the current projects shaping our city, why people are investing in Queensland and Brisbane tourism, and what this means for the rest of the property market. 

Presenters

Presenters

 
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Hayley Manvell
Senior Negotiator - CBRE Hotels, Capital Markets

Hayley is a graduate from the world renowned École hôtelière de Lausanne in Switzerland and has extensive industry knowledge with over 10 years’ experience in the hospitality industry. Prior to joining CBRE, Hayley worked in luxury hotels throughout Asia, training with Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, providing her with an in-depth knowledge in hotel operations.

Hayley joined CBRE Hotels in 2014 as a member of the hotels investment transactional team, which specialises in the sale of all asset classes within the hospitality industry.

Since joining CBRE, Hayley has gained significant experience on a number of sales campaigns of mid to top tier regional and leisure hospitality assets throughout Australia.

Mark Olsen
Investment Specialist, Tourism Infrastructure
Brisbane Marketing

Mark has spent nearly 25 years developing world-leading and sustainable tourism projects, working in over 70 countries.  Having recently joined as Investment Specialist in Tourism at Brisbane Marketing, Mark is responsible to bringing forward investment in vital tourism infrastructure to position Brisbane as a New World City.   

Natalie Hoitz
Director of Design
Urbis

Natalie Hoitz has worked on urban design and built-form projects around the world, from the Caribbean to China, from Germany to New Zealand, from Canada to Singapore, and allaround Australia. Over many years she has helped design and master plan new cities and town squares, tourist resorts and airports, university campuses and public spaces. Natalie has degrees in architecture, urban geography and urban design. Clients value her gift for visualizing great urban places and working with others to design and deliver them. Often overseeing large multidisciplinary teams, since 1999 she’s worked on countless projects from concept, through design, to approval and delivery.

Program

7:00amRegistration and Light Breakfast
7:30amSeminar commences
9:00amSeminar concludes

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API Member and Student Member$56.00
Non-Member$80.00
 Registrations close on 13 March. All fees include GST. 

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