Jim Whelan, Michael Stern and more to join Future City 2020

Real estate and tech converge February 23rd to 25th in the Bahamas

New York /
Nov.November 15, 2019 03:00 PM

TRD is bringing some of the brightest minds in real estate to the Bahamas this winter. We’re excited to begin announcing some of the experts and innovators who will join us for our second annual Future City event. REBNY president Jim Whelan, JDS’ Michael Stern, Gil Dezer of Dezer Development, Young Woo, Anna Zarro and Rotem Rosen are just a few of the thought leaders who have already signed on.

REBNY president Jim Whelan

REBNY president Jim Whelan

Future City is an exclusive three-day retreat that gives 200 C-level executives a chance to learn from and network with the biggest dealmakers in the country. From February 23rd to 25th, TRD will take over the Baha Mar resort to provide participants with a chance to gain high-level knowledge as well as practical, applicable strategies for today’s changing market.

VC funding for Proptech hit record levels in 2019 as new technology helped real estate revolutionize. Our workshops and breakout sessions are tailored to the specific needs of our audience. We host cocktail events, group meals, and keynote speeches throughout. Plus, Future City’s luxury venue provides additional activities that will include golf, fitness, poker, backgammon, and more.

JDS’ Michael Stern

JDS’ Michael Stern

Last year’s sessions included workshops like “How to get on the venture capital train” and “Construction innovations changing the development landscape.” Attendees 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.

If you are VP level or higher, please email [email protected] for further details. Space is limited and subject to approval.


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