Agenda

Day 1, 28 th of September 2015

E-revolution in the commercial property industry

9.00-9.30

Registration of participants

9.30-11.30

Inaugural session

The investment market: Is there no alternative? The commercial property market in Poland in the eyes of global investors

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The investment market: Is there no alternative? The commercial property market in Poland in the eyes of global investors

  • Why real property? The investment market in Poland and worldwide
  • There is demand, but there is also a shortage of products – projects in progress and planned projects, the largest transactions, and the most active investors
  • What, where and for how much? The real property that has the greatest potential for global players
  • A good period for real property: How will the climate in the investment market change?

11.30-12.00

Break

12.00-13.30

Thematic sessions

  • Offices: X, Y, Z: A real office or maybe a virtual one? Challenges that the office of the future will be facing

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    Offices: X, Y, Z: A real office or maybe a virtual one? Challenges that the office of the future will be facing

    • A creative, efficient and flexible office: How do they do it?
    • Architecture, design and new technologies: What else should one aim for while planning their work space?
    • An ever-moving employee: What do people expect from their workplace?
  • Shopping centres: Offline is online: Do the new shopping centres keep up with the pace of development of online sales?

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    Shopping centres: Offline is online: Do the new shopping centres keep up with the pace of development of online sales?

    • Does the Internet pose a real risk to the future of shopping centres?
    • How does e-commerce change the approach to design and operation of shopping centres?
    • What do customers expect from shopping centres in the age of an e-revolution?
  • Warehouses: The last mile – the warehouse space market in the age of e-commerce

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    Time is money: What types of warehouse space does the e-commerce industry need?

    • Time is money: What types of warehouse space does the e-commerce industry need?
    • Logistics – the key to building a competitive advantage and profitability of the e-commerce business
    • Trends in CEP delivery solutions

13.30-14.30

Break

14.30-16.00

Thematic sessions

  • Lessees: – Retail chains as part of a network, or how traditional shops deal with multi-channel sales

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    Lessees: Retail chains as part of a network, or how traditional shops deal with multi-channel sales

    • Multi-channel sales – a “must-have” for a modern retail chain
    • Chances and barriers to building business based on e-commerce
    • How do mobile technologies influence the shopping habits of consumers?
  • Hotels: – The Internet of Everything – cyfrowa ewolucja branży hotelowej

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    Hotels: The Internet of Everything – the digital evolution of the hotel industry

    • Wi-fi does not suffice: Who are today’s hotel guests and what do they expect?
    • The mobile race for guests: How to win it?
    • Technologies of the future
  • Investment areas: Smart cities tempt investors

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    Investment areas: Smart cities tempt investors

    • The idea of smart solutions is important for investors: What types of locations do global players seek?
    • New technologies for smart cities
    • The investment offer of Polish cities: What are we competitive at?

19.00

Prime Property Prize 2015 - The evening Gala



Day 2, 29 th of September 2015

A focus on investors / a focus on customers

9.00-9.30

Registration of participants

9.30-11.00

Thematic sessions

  • Shopping centres: Retail or entertainment: Which one attracts customers?

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    Shopping centres: Retail or entertainment: Which one attracts customers?

    • A love match or a relationship of convenience? Are today’s shopping centres able to live without the entertainment offer?
    • The tenant mix: Is it evolution or a revolution in commercialisation?
    • Entertainment in shopping centres: What should it be like?
  • Hotels: A good event proves profitable for everyone the MICE market in Poland

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    Hotels: A good event proves profitable for everyone – the MICE market in Poland

    • How much money do cities make from events? Poland against the global background
    • The role of modern congress centres and hotels in the development of the MICE market in Poland
    • An online alternative: Do modern technologies pose a risk to the fair and conference industry?
  • BPO: A call centre just does not suffice. hat needs to be done in order to create the conditions for the development of the most advanced processes?

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    BPO: A call centre just does not suffice. What needs to be done in order to create the conditions for the development of the most advanced processes?

    • BPO needs some “new blood” – the significance of the labour market in the development of the modern business services sector
    • Being well received: What types of locations offer the best prospects of a buoyant development of the BPO/SSC industry?
    • The role of cities in attracting foreign investors

11.00-11.30

Break

11.30-12.30

Thematic sessions

  • Investments: General contracting or construction management? How to build cheaper, safer and better?

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    Investments: General contracting or construction management? How to build cheaper, safer and better?

    • Why is it worth going for block project implementation services? What do we gain and how much does it cost?
    • An obstacle course or a walk in the park? Where do the biggest traps related to the investment process lie in wait?
    • BIM: Is is just a fashion or an actual benefit?
  • Investors: Why Poland? The bright and dark sides of investing in Poland

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    Investors: Why Poland? The bright and dark sides of investing in Poland

    • White-collar formalism, bureaucracy, lack of transparency and instability of regulations: What renders the investment process unpleasant?
    • Investment vehicles: Will the Polish tax service take a step forward?
    • Competitive advantages – the solutions worth priding ourselves on
  • Warsaw: Commercial investments that are changing the face of the Polish capital versus the strategy pursued by the city

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    Warsaw: Commercial investments that are changing the face of the Polish capital versus the strategy pursued by the city

    • What to build and where? The key projects from the point of view of city authorities
    • The plans of commercial property developers
    • Is the Polish capital under threat from an investment bubble?

12.30-13.30

Break

13.30-14.30

Thematic sessions

  • The law: The law defined anew: What is the single most disturbing factor in the developers’ business?

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    The law: The law defined anew: What is the single most disturbing factor in the developers’ business?

    • The Building Code: Are the changes moving in the right direction?
    • Perpetual usufruct: What next for that relic of the Polish People’s Republic?
    • Exemplars – an analysis of international legal regulations
  • Facility Management: Is it cheap management? The proper use of buildings versus the value of real property

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    Facility Management: Is it cheap management? The proper use of buildings versus the value of real property

    • The facility management market in Poland: How to do the search, how much does it cost, how much can one save and what should they pay attention to?
    • A building like a living organism: What does the term ‘proper use of real property’ mean?
    • Can the price war and the contracts priced below cost be considered the bane of the Polish facility management market?
  • Shopping centres Family-friendly shopping centres

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    Shopping centres: Family-friendly shopping centres

    • The offer of the lessees
    • Necessary amenities
    • Is there room for a new format in the market?

14.30-15.00

Break

15.00-16.00

Thematic sessions

  • Sustainable construction: Smart, green and economical: What are the real benefits of sustainable construction?

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    Sustainable construction: Smart, green and economical: What are the real benefits of sustainable construction?

    • Worldwide trends in the field of green construction
    • The market plays the “green” game: How to create optimum conditions for work and use in a “green building”?
    • LEED, BREEAM, HQE: Which one should we choose?
  • Architecture: A monoculture is lethal – a clash of visions pursued by cities, investors, architects and urban planners

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    Architecture: A monoculture is lethal – a clash of visions pursued by cities, investors, architects and urban planners

    • Flats, offices, trade and culture: Where does the art of building sustainable cities reside?
    • The good standards to follow: Where to look for them?
    • Will that which did not work in Służewiec prove successful in Wola?
  • Offices: High tech in an office or what affects our working comfort

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    Offices: High tech in an office, or what affects our working comfort

    • Environmentally-friendly and modern buildings: What does the lessee of a contemporary office block expect?
    • Ventilation, acoustics, light, communication: What builds added value of a given real property in the eyes of investors?
    • How much does high tech cost? How to construct in such a way so as not to go overboard? How much can one save?

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