Save the Date: TRD‘s Future City 2020 event

Join 200+ C-level RE and Proptech execs in the Bahamas for high-level learning sessions & networking activities

Nov.November 06, 2019 03:00 PM
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The Real Deal is back in the Bahamas! We’re thrilled to announce TRD‘s Future City 2020, our second annual three-day event for C-Suite executives in the fields of development, tech, brokerage, construction, marketing, design, and finance.

Last year, VC funding for Proptech hit record levels, with more than $12B in investment in the first part of 2019. Today’s market is moving quickly as new technologies, companies, laws, and cultural shifts change the real estate landscape. Thought leaders will host workshops that help participants gain a high-level understanding of the ways tech is shaping the market, as well as practical skills to find solutions to modern challenges.

The event will take place February 23-25 at the luxury Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas.

We’re putting together a series of seminars specifically designed for and adapted to our participants. Additional programming will include golf, fitness, group meals, keynote speeches, cocktail events, poker, backgammon, and plenty of other entertainment from our beautiful venue.

Last year’s attendees and session leaders included Ken Fisher, John Catsimatidis, Sharif El-Gamal, Anthony Scaramucci, Meir Cohen, Don Peebles, Bruce Mosler, Chris Wein, Bently Zhao, Kobi Karp, Edgardo DeFortuna, Brad Metzler, Shaun Osher, Bess Freedman, Justin, Ehrlich, and many more.

For an inside look at last year’s event, check out our coverage here.

If you are VP level or higher, please email [email protected]com for further details.

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