, [Crowne Plaza Hotel Parkview Wuzhou] Beijing, China
BEIJING, China 12-13 March, 2009 - Rising public and government attention on real estate financing and building EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) is creating both challenges and business opportunities for real estate investors, developers and project contractors as well as service, and solution providers.
Noppen’s conference, New Buildings’ Solutions Summit China 2009 hosted upper-level executives from the government and the real estate industry. It was a “good event with many learning opportunities, I will attend again if given the chance”, said a delegate from the Beijing Urban Construction Investment Development Co. Ltd. Capital Land’s representative said of the event, “good organization and service”, while a Coastal representative said the event was “rich in content and well done.”
The topic for keynote speaker, Zhang Zaidong (Chairman, Beijing Feng Shang Real Estate Co., Ltd) was “saving energy in today’s buildings = increased future value” and Dai Fudong (Academician, Chinese Academy of Engineering; Honorary Dean of College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University) discussed “high and ultra-high building: incorporating human nature into the design – safe, healthy and comfortable skyscrapers”. Dr. Sun Fei (President, Guoju Venture Capital; Managing Partner, World Capital Market Inc.; Chief Economist, GlobaLink Securities, Inc) gave a presentation on the “influence of financial crisis upon China’s real estate industry and investment prospects of the real estate industry”. Ronnie C. Chan (Chairman, Hang Lung Properties Limited) shared his expertise while discussing “evaluating the potential of real estate market in China—commercial or mix use?” Additional respected speakers from leading companies also shared their views during the two day summit.