Tickets on sale for The Real Deal Chicago’s State of the Market forum on April 16

TRD launches first event in 2019 speaker series

Chicago /
Feb.February 19, 2019 02:00 PM

The Real Deal is excited to announce the launch of our 2019 speaker series which will focus on fast-changing markets in Chicago and the hottest and most newsworthy topics in real estate, development, tech and more.

The kickoff event, Chicago’s State of the Market forum, on April 16th at SIX10, will include thought-provoking discussions on how Chicago’s new crop of megaprojects will reshape the real estate market; the business of residential brokerage (analyzing the impact of ongoing consolidation and new disruptors); and more.

Attendees will have prime opportunities to network, learn and brainstorm with other key professionals.

Check out our event page to get the most up-to-date info on panelists and to purchase early bird tickets, on sale now. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, click here.


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