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Real Asset Media, is the new publishing arm of Investment Briefings, the leading pan-European event provider, creating forums in the major centres of Europe to link local market investment expertise with pools of capital in the UK, Germany, France, Holland, Scandinavia and beyond into the US, North America, M/E and Asia. Investment Briefings also runs a series of events at the main exhibitions and trade fairs including MIPIM. MAPIC, Transport Logistics, Business Arena, Provada as well as a dedicated stand, The International Investors Lounge, at EXPO Real.
Real Asset Media launched a series of new publications designed to meet the needs of the current market. With a focus on sharing thought leadership, and creating personalized news and data resources, Real Asset Media launches a daily newsletter, The Real Estate Day, a special focus quarterly publication, Real Asset Insight, distributed at the major events including MIPIM and EXPO Real, as well as Living Retail focused on the retail, F&B and leisure industry. With 16,000 registered readers, listeners & viewers, and attendees, Real Asset Media and Investment Briefings is the chosen resource for leading cross-border decision-makers.
The International Investors Lounge returns to EXPO Real, for its fourth successful year, bringing a full programme of expert panel discussions, networking events and partner stands to help create and facilitate a positive environment for cross-border investment and international business. Located in Hall A2, the International Investors Lounge is open on three sides to accommodate both stand partners and attendees at the successful programme of events attracting investors and real estate specialist from across the globe. The focus is fundamentally international with the full programme in English focused on European sectors opportunities, cities, countries and regions as well as mega trends and hot topics influencing the investment decisions for international capital.
Please contact us for more info.
Investment Briefings is the leading pan-European event provider, creating forums in the major centres of Europe to link local market investment expertise with pools of capital in the UK, Germany, France, Holland, Scandinavia and beyond into the US, North America, M/E and Asia. Investment Briefings also runs a series of events at the main exhibitions and trade fairs including MIPIM. MAPIC, Transport Logistics, Business Arena, Provada as well as a dedicated stand, The International Investors Lounge, at EXPO Real.
Retail has been part of life for centuries and is constantly evolving. Retail spaces are becoming vibrant hubs of leisure, entertainment and gastronomy, creating a community and an experience. Living Retail is the new platform covering the A-Z of retail, leisure and F&B. Focused on strategy, research, analysis of the key trends and what this means for real estate owners, managers, developers and brands.
Living Retail will be distributed as a mix of online and print to the subscribers of The Real Estate Day (16,000) and Infabode (18,000) as well as attendees of the following events:
ICSC Annual Conference
Completely Retail London
MAPIC Food & Beverage
Completely Retail Events
ICSC Retail Innovation Forum
As well as all retail-focused Investment Briefing events in 2019
Real Asset Insight is focused 100% on thought leadership, analysis, trends, market intelligence and insights. A new platform created to share ideas, strategy and industry-leading insight with peers from the global cross-border investment community. What are the key trends in each sector, which locations and which investment strategies are likely to bring the best returns. Interviews, research, analysis, strategy and insight from across the industry; capital sources, fundraising, investment management, financing and development.
Real Asset Insight will be published 4 times per year and
distributed online to the readers of The Real Estate Day (21,000)
and Infabode (18,000) with print copies reaching both selected
high-profile decision makers from across the world as as well as
attendees at MIPIM, EXPO REAL and the significant industry
Online readership: 30.000
Print readership: 10.000
The Real Estate Day reaches 16,000 registered readers every business day. High profile decision-makers including the guests and expert speakers at our series of Investment Briefing events. The readership is constantly renewed and refreshed by over 7500 attendees at 60 industry-leading Investment Briefing events each year. Always updated, the fastest growing and most active investors in cross-border markets from around the world.
Industry leaders share insights, analysis and strategy. A new and different perspective to start every business day.
Unique insight and analysis from our editorial team, video interviews, investment briefings and our research and data.
Where and when to meet the industry leaders
News and updates from the leading associations and our global partners. Keeping you ahead of the curve with ICSC, EPRA, ULI, RICS, NAREIM, ANREV, INREV, PREA, NCRIEF, IPF, APREA, NAREIT
Your opportunity to personalize your news feed from your favourite sources including: PropertyEU, PERE, IPE Real Assets, PIE, Iberian Property, EuroProperty and local language titles
All your preferred news sources in one efficient newsletter, saving you valuable time and ensuring you are always fully updated on your market.