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Big Names Confirmed for Speaker Lineup at AREAA Summit June 17

Global Connect 2015 conference at Sheraton Wall Centre attracting international delegates and media attention, offering attendees three PDP credits

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REW.ca
May 29, 2015






AREAA Global Connect 2015

A lineup of high-profile speakers from inside and outside the real estate industry is confirmed for Global Connect 2015 conference on June 17, organized by the Vancouver chapter Asian Real Estate Association of America.

Speakers include celebrated Vancouver restaurateur Vikram Vij, AOL's “digital prophet/tech guru” David Shing, Coldwell Banker president Budge Huskey, CTV host Lynda Steele, HGTV host Sarah Daniels, Brent Jang from the Globe and Mail and Kelly Deck, director of Kelly Deck Design, among many others.

AREAA says that delegates already registered are coming from around the globe, including the US, Switzerland and Australia, and that the event has captured media attention from far and wide, including the New York Times.

Key topics of conversation will be how leading-edge technology trends and social media are reshaping the real estate business, as well as Canadian investment in the US and the impact of the weak Canadian dollar.

Highlights of the agenda include:

  • Vikram Vij's luncheon presentation: An Immigrant’s Story – The Key to Success;
  • A multi-topic roundtable discussion including Philip DuMoulin and Sarah Daniels, BC real estate agents and hosts of TV show Urban Suburban, as well as national and international real estate agents, marketers, lawyers and experts;
  • The closing keynote by AOL's David Shing on Technology and Vision for the Future;

In addition to the learning and networking opportunities, attendance at the conference is also worth three PDP credits.

The one-day conference, being held 9am-5pm on Wednesday June 17, is taking place at the Sheraton Wall Centre on Burrard Street in downtown Vancouver.

For more information and to register, click here.


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