The 10th edition of the Property Portal Watch Conference is on for two days in New York in January.
For the 13th and 14th of January, C-Level managers from around the world will get together in New York to discuss the latest trends and issues facing property portals.
This event follows hot on the heals of the highly successful Barcelona Conference conference in which we had 250 attendees in November. Here are some of the comments from that conference:
“Having so much talent and experience from C level managers and founders of the real estate online industry under one roof for 2,5 days is an un-missable opportunity to do business, open up new ventures, learn and assess new ideas and make great connections. And on top of that it is lots of fun!!!”
“Property Portal Expertise from around the globe and a great networking opportunity: A truly valuable event!”
“Property Portal Watch is the only conference worth my time and money.”
“The property portal industry is of the few where learnings are shared so freely between the key players. This creates a great environment for innovation and the PPW Conference goes a long way to promoting this collaboration.”
We already have attendees from market leading sites including move.com, realtor.com, immobilienscout24 (the leader in Germany), foreclosure.com, vivastreet, and many more.
The two days will cover topics such as global trends, the difference between the US and other countries, how to make money in emerging markets, difference property portal business model, how to attack the developer segment and many more relevant topics.
The Property Portal Watch Conference has once again partnered with the Real Estate Connect conference run by Inman News. As such, attendees of the Property Portal Watch Conference can receive a significant discount off the Real Estate Connect Conference. You can save a huge US$450 off the full registration of the Real Estate Connect conference by paying just $649 for the 3 day conference, full details and the booking form are provided once you register for the Property Portal Watch conference.