It was on May 4th that Nuno Antunes, the GCREO (Global Chief Real Estate Officer) of Hipoges, was present at the IMN event “Life Sciences Real Estate Virtual Forum”, an event that brought together professionals from various areas of the real estate sector, who had the opportunity to share their experience both with the public and with their peers.
IMN’s event, “Life Sciences Real Estate Virtual Forum“, was a successful event that could count on great learning and various business and networking possibilities. Our GCREO, Nuno Antunes, had the opportunity to share his enduring experience in real estate, speaking on the panel “Investing in Technology to Improve Property Management, Leasing & Design”.
Nuno Antunes’s panel, “Investing in Technology to Improve Property Management, Leasing & Design“, aimed to discuss several issues related to technology and its impact on real estate business. Among these issues, we highlight the discussion around the theme of tenant experience, the dynamism between the real estate sector, assets and life science and the professional needs sought in an architect/designer who participates in a project dedicated to the construction of a scientific space.
The event, hosted by IMN (Information Management Network), dealt with several other topics related to real estate and life sciences, a topic that is gradually gaining importance for this industry.
The “Life Sciences Real Estate Virtual Forum” was attended by 230 companies and 33 speakers from the most differentiated areas of the real estate sector. Among the audience, 87% were in the United States and the event had about 316 delegates.
The profile with the highest representation was the Investor (39.6%), followed by the Developer (30%) and thirdly, the Service Provider (8.4%).
After the event, Hipoges had the pleasure of talking to the IMN team responsible for the event, that transmitted the following testimony:
“IMN was delighted to host so many key industry players at our first Life Sciences Real Estate Virtual Forum last week. Over the course of the day, speakers participated in panel discussions addressing market drivers, financing, technology, investment, construction, development and cold storage. Delegates were highly engaged, asking plenty of questions during the Q&A and participating in networking with their peers. IMN looks forward to returning to physical events later this year and continuing to convene investors, developers and lenders interested in the blossoming life sciences space.”