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Industry leaders set for Real Estate Unite summit


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Against the backdrop of African real estate showing signs of recovery and stability, industry leaders and investors will unite again for the 6th edition of their yearly flagship real estate summit Real Estate Unite (REU) scheduled to hold from October 23- 24 at Eko Hotel, Lagos.

Real Estate Unite hosted by 3INVEST is the annual flagship event that provides an important platform for the residential, office, retail, healthcare, hospitality and industrial sectors of Africa’s property market to network, learn, transact, showcase and discuss opportunities and issues in global real estate yearly. The theme of this year’s edition is “Africa’s Real Estate: What’s New?”

“The game has changed. Been faced with this new reality, how do we create new sources of growth? Are we rethinking business strategies? What’s are the new roles and responsibilities? What entirely is New? Solutions will form the basis of this year’s conversations,” according to Ruth Obih-Obuah, Founder, Real Estate Unite.


To throw more light on the economy, Dr. Doyin Salami, foremost economist, professor at Lagos Business School will give an insightful examination of key trends in the Sub-Saharan and global economy with a specific view towards the future direction over the short and medium terms, including the outlook for GDP growth, interest rates and currency performance.

Other speakers include; Yemi Idowu – Aircom; Valentine Ozigbo – CEO, Transcorp Hotels; Adeniyi Adeleye – Stanbic IBTC Bank; Obi Nwogugu, Africa Capital Alliance, Ronald Chagoury Jr. Vice President, South Energyx, Hakeem Oguniran – UPDC (Nigeria); Ernest Hanson – Beaufort Properties (Ghana) and Tom Mundy – JLL (South Africa) as well as Mustapha Njie – TAF Africa Global (Gambia); Andre Geday, Elalan: Micheal Chudi Ejekam, Bolaji Edu, Broll, Chinwe Ajene-Sagna: JLL and Funke Okubadejo, ACTIS.

In the event, REU Summit in partnership with W-Hospitality and HTI will launch a dedicated Hotel, tourism and leisure (HTL) meeting place for the hospitality community. The key focus areas for this year’s conversations will include; Annual market and economic update; Global issues and effects on local markets; Emerging disruptors in African Real Estate; Housing Market; Ground breaking technologies built for Africa; SSA future cities and Infrastructure; Healthcare as the most important priority for improving SSA; Capital market trends; Overview of the Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure (HTL) sector in Africa; Retail Revolution; and Office market.


Other features of the summit will include the launch of the Real Estate Unite Network (RUN), a platform designed to foster interaction between active local real estate investors, developers, lenders and policymakers with a view to identifying the right partners for your business and building high-value relationships.

“ 2017 Real Estate Unite Conference has been designed to offer the greatest possible value and flexibility to operators, owners, users and players in all sectors of real estate including the residential, office, retail, healthcare, hospitality, logistics, leisure and industrial sectors,” Obih-Obuah said. 

Keeping with its tradition, Real Estate Unite 2017 will also feature exhibitions of latest offerings from Real estate product/service providers to an involved audience (B2B) that includes developers, suppliers, service providers etc. and attracts a wider B2C audience that includes investors and homebuyers and occupiers. 

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