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3invest set for Real Estate Unite summit in October


Ruth Obih

Ruth Obih

The firm of 3Invest Limited has announced the hosting of the fifth edition of its annual Real Estate Unite Summit, come October.

The event, which promises to provide industry stakeholders with a platform for strategic interaction, will equally take a critical look at the options for real estate businesses in a recessive economy.

Organizers of the event is equally an attempt to blow the whistle and begin to look inwards as a great nation with huge potential and demands for acting fast to begin to exploit the potential that the housing sector, especially, and other critical areas bring, to not only help to significantly increase employment but also impact multiple sectors of the economy.

Chief Executive of 3Invest, Ruth Obih, also stated that this year’s summit will showcase a three-fold event, comprising a conference, exhibition and awards as well as exclusive meeting sessions such as the African Women in Real Estate Meeting and Real Estate Leader Meeting.

“Our objectives are to identify the gaps impeding progress in the key areas of the Nigerian economy and understand the new growth drivers in today’s local capacity/ resources driven market. Hence the theme “Filling the “G.A.P.S (Government-Access-Private Sector-Strategy).”

Obih revealed that the event would be attended by the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode; the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola in addition to over 25 speakers.

“As preparations for Real Estate Unite moves forward, the new collaborative strategy breakout sessions will afford participants the platform to have a one-on-one discussions on demand and supply in the retail, office and affordable housing sub-sectors and afford us an opportunity to rethink local strategies to approach real estate in a recessive economy,” she stated.

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