Panelists announced for TRD’s annual Miami showcase

Sam Nazarian, Edgardo Defortuna, Donna Abood and more to participate on expert panels

TRD New York /
Aug.August 10, 2016 06:00 PM

The Real Deal is gearing up for our biggest South Florida Real Estate Showcase & Forum ever — so big we had to book a larger venue to keep up with demand.

Last year’s event drew a crowd of more than 4,500 real estate professionals, and we’re expecting an even bigger industry turnout this year. The 2016 show will be held at Soho Studios on Oct. 20. The event will include a full day of programming, including four panels and more than 50 exhibits featuring the hottest new developments in the region. Topics we’ll explore throughout the day include the region’s hyperactive commercial real estate market, the creative ways developers are funding big projects and broker preparations for post-peak market conditions.

Our lineup of expert panelists will include Sam Nazarian (SBE), Edgardo Defortuna (Fortune International Group), Donna Abood (Avison Young), Keith Menin (Menin Hospitality), Inigo Ardid (Key International) and Andres Asion (Miami Real Estate Group). Stay tuned for more big names.

To join us for a day of dealmaking, networking and learning, click here to purchase tickets. For more information on becoming a sponsor, email [email protected].

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