The 22nd Annual Property Market Convention


25 November 2016, Emilii Plater 49, Warsaw, Intercontinental Hotel

Agenda

Conference

Exhibitors

Day 1
25.11.2016
Bene
Wołoska 9a 02-538 Warsaw
+48 22 592 43 00
office@bene.com http://bene.com/en/
Furniture
Bene GmbH is an Austrian leader and one of the major European players in the market innovative concepts for office. The company originates from Austria, headquarter and manufacturing facility are located in Waidhofen. Thanks to advanced technologies supporting the production and high standards regarding quality, Bene is one of the most advanced ...
Furniture

Bene GmbH is an Austrian leader and one of the major European players in the market innovative concepts for office. The company originates from Austria, headquarter and manufacturing facility are located in Waidhofen. Thanks to advanced technologies supporting the production and high standards regarding quality, Bene is one of the most advanced companies producing office furniture in Europe. High-quality products of Bene, formed based on 225 years of tradition and experience, are available in 40 countries around the world. Polish branch of the company named Bene Warszawa Sp. o. o. was founded in 1997. The company is headquartered in Warsaw.

As a supplier of integrated solutions for offices, Bene develops its own product port-folio, complementing it with an assortment of leading brands. Philosophy of Bene defines the office as one of the important life spaces and emphasizes that there is a clear relationship between the office equipment, the work environment and culture of the company and its success. Every day Bene seeks to translate this philosophy into reality. With this approach, office systems of Bene are characterized by ergonomics, high quality and innovative design, which change the quality and efficiency of daily work.

Miasto
Sorry, this entry is only available in Polish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.Olsztyn jest miastem kapitału społecznego oraz stolicą województwa warmińsko-mazurskiego. Zajmuje on 88 km2 powierzchni, zaś aktualna liczba jego ...
Miasto

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Olsztyn jest miastem kapitału społecznego oraz stolicą województwa warmińsko-mazurskiego. Zajmuje on 88 km2 powierzchni, zaś aktualna liczba jego mieszkańców
to 173,4 tys. osób, co daje gęstość zaludnienia na poziomie 1 971 osób na km2.
Ludność w wieku produkcyjnym stanowi 63% mieszkańców miasta. Stopa bezrobocia
na poziomie 6,1% jest najniższym wskaźnikiem wśród wszystkich powiatów w regionie
– wskaźnik wojewódzki to 16,5%.
Olsztyn jest miastem akademickim. Funkcjonują tutaj 4 uczelnie wyższe
(w tym Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski) oraz 2 filie uczelni wyższych spoza regionu.
W 2014 r. na 10 tys. mieszkańców przypadało 1,6 tys. studentów oraz 0,5 tys. absolwentów
– to ponad 4-krotnie więcej niż w kraju. Na terenie Olsztyna działają też instytuty naukowe,
jak Instytut Rozrodu Zwierząt i Badań Żywności Polskiej Akademii Nauk, czy też Ośrodek Badań Naukowych im. Wojciecha Kętrzyńskiego.
Olsztyn ma szansę stać się centrum usług wspólnych. Miasto zostało uznane
przez firmę Colliers International w raporcie Rising Stars 2013:10 upcoming BPO/SSC locations za lokalizację z największym potencjałem pod względem przyszłego rozwoju sektora BPO/SSC, obok Lublina, Kielc, czy Torunia, zaś swoje SSC już uruchomiły tutaj m.in. Citibank, Transcom, Coltel, Vorwerk, czy Aviation Services Ireland.
Olsztyn jest miastem dla biznesu po godzinach. 22,3% jego powierzchni stanowią lasy, zaś 9,6% – grunty pod wodami, tj. rzekami oraz jeziorami, których w granicach administracyjnych Miasta jest aż 11, co bezpośrednio przekłada się na jakość życia mieszkańców. Zrewitalizowana została infrastruktura turystyczna wokół Jezior Ukiel
oraz Długiego. Centrum Rekreacyjno-Sportowe „Ukiel” to najnowocześniejszy na Warmii
i Mazurach całoroczny, nowoczesny kompleks sportowo-rekreacyjny. W ramach oferty kulturalnej, w Mieście odwiedzić można liczne galerie artystyczne i muzea oraz Planetarium, obserwatorium astronomiczne, dwa teatry i filharmonię. Oferta zakupowa na terenie Olsztyna obejmuje natomiast 2 galerie handlowe, 7 centrów handlowych oraz liczne markety
i dyskonty (największe sieci to: Carrefour, Tesco, Auchan, Piotr i Paweł, Alma, Intermarche, Kaufland, Biedronka, Lidl oraz Stokrotka).
Sektor IT oraz produkcja żywności wysokiej jakości (jedna z regionalnych inteligentnych specjalizacji) należą do kluczowych branż w Olsztynie, obok działalności BPO/SSC. Stąd też mamy również nadzieję, że z sukcesem zainteresujemy atutami miasta potencjalnych inwestorów prowadzących swą działalność w takich branżach.
Mając na uwadze powyższe, zachęcamy do współpracy z Olsztynem.

Artservis
ul. Zofii Urbanowskiej 4e, 62-500 Konin
+48 63 244 11 11
biuro@artservis.com.pl http://artservis.com.pl/en/
Interiors
Firma ARTSERVIS działa od 1987 r. Naszym głównym przedmiotem działalności jest kompleksowa realizacja wnętrz i obiektów biurowych oraz wnętrz użyteczności publicznej. Termin „użyteczność publiczna” odnosi się do: salonów sprzedaży , oddziałów i filii banków, urzędów pocztowych, salonów usługowych . Wysoka ...
Interiors

Firma ARTSERVIS działa od 1987 r. Naszym głównym przedmiotem działalności jest kompleksowa realizacja wnętrz i obiektów biurowych oraz wnętrz użyteczności publicznej. Termin „użyteczność publiczna” odnosi się do: salonów sprzedaży , oddziałów i filii banków, urzędów pocztowych, salonów usługowych . Wysoka jakość, kompetencja oraz sprawność działania są naszymi atutami i zostały potwierdzone referencjami.
W trakcie naszej wieloletniej działalności nabyliśmy niezbędne doświadczenie, rozpoznaliśmy potrzeby Klienta co pozwoliło nam na udoskonalenie oferowanych usług. Przygotowani jesteśmy do podejmowania się nie tylko standardowych zadań, ale również nietypowych i trudnych, realizowanych w krótkich terminach. Naszym atutem jest możliwość pracy w weekendy i porach nocnych. Pomagamy w minimalizacji kosztów inwestycji. Posiadając nowoczesną bazę sprzętową, doświadczoną kadrę i brygady montażowe, a także wypracowaną współpracę z największymi dostawcami i hurtowniami możemy dać gwarancję rzetelnej, terminowej i sprawnej realizacji na terenie całej Polski. Wypracowaliśmy metodę kompleksowej realizacji prac na zasadzie Generalnego Wykonawstwa, w szczególności:
– prace projektowe,
– wszystkie pozwolenia na budowę i pozwolenia na użytkowanie,
– prace budowlane i konstrukcyjne,
– prace instalacyjne (sanitarne, wod-kan i c.o., klimatyzacji i wentylacji, elektryczne, komputerowe, zabezpieczenia obiektu, SAP, DSO, SSWiN, KD, CCTV, instalacje tryskaczowe, hydrantowe),
– kompleksowe wyposażenie obiektów (meble, media, sale konferencyjne).

8:30
8:30
Registration
9:00
9:00
Introduction
9:05
9:05
Interview with an economist

The economic situation of Poland; GDP – what is the development potential and future of the real estate and construction market?

View Speakers
9:25
Discussion
9:25
The investment market (Discussion)

In spite of the challenges arising on the international arena, the Polish investment market is in good shape, supported by capital from ever more distant countries. However, there has been increasing polarisation. On the one hand, we have lower and lower yields for the best facilities; on the other, more and more buildings are in need of renovation.

  • Older properties: is finding a buyer just down to the price?
  • Yields for the best properties: can they go down any further?
  • How is the international environment impacting the Polish real estate market?
View Speakers
10:00
Discussion
10:00
The retail market (Discussion)

 Shopping centres had been expected to take fright under the onslaught of the e-commerce market, which has been growing at a giddy rate. However, they are evidently not panicking but drawing conclusions, prompting the drive for the modernisation of buildings, a wider range of tenants, new concepts and more entertainment.

  • Should we expect there to be a wave of shopping centre closures next year? Will there be a time when apartment buildings are developed in shopping complexes, as is already the case with office buildings?
  • What to do to attract customers to shopping centres and keep tenants at the same time?
  • Will importing new brands to Poland be enough to fill up new shopping centres?
  • Where has the shopping centre market still been left unsaturated? Where and what kind of retail facilities will be built in the near future? What changes can we expect?
  • What new entertainment concepts could emerge in Poland soon? (Ski slopes under a roof, as in Ukraine; climbing walls and ice rinks, as in Lithuania?)
View Speakers
10:35
10:35
Coffee break
10:55
Discussion
10:55
The construction market (Discussion)

 Production declined in almost every sector of the construction business in H1. Total construction and assembly production was 11.9 pct lower than a year earlier.

  • Are there any signs of improvement? Where is the money today – and which sectors of construction are most promising?
  • Ways of obtaining higher margins
  • Have the recent amendments to the public procurement act (reducing the weight of the price in public tenders, among others) helped contractors in any way? Are these changes going to be effective?
  • The market capitalisation of the 50 largest construction companies in Europe has increased by as much as 21 pct and their production by 5 pct – the best performance since 2007. But there is not one Polish company in this ranking of market leaders. What are the long-term prospects for the Polish construction industry in a European context?
  • A new Construction Code bill is to be submitted to the Council of Ministers by the end of this year. It will replace a current law considered to be somewhat less than transparent. What should the legislator include in the code to ensure the long-term growth of the construction sector?
  • ‘City revitalisation’ is now a global challenge. Will the funds for revitalisation promised by successive governments be an antidote for the construction slowdown?

View Speakers
11:30
Discussion
11:30
The warehouse market (Discussion)

A warehouse bonanza is now in full swing. Tenant demand has hit historic heights, speculative construction is thriving, and for Polish warehouses investors are prepared to pay as much as for the best office buildings and shopping centres. If things are so great right now, is the only way down?

  • The main factors behind the boom in the warehouse sector: how long will it last?
  • New locations for warehouses: is the so-called Poland B in the east set to lose out – and which regions could become more attractive?
  • The four largest players on the Polish warehouse market – subsidiaries, affiliates or branches of developers – hold almost half the assets: could the boom have an impact on the diversification of the market? Is there any room for new players?
View Speakers
12:05
12:05
Coffee break
12:40
Discussion
12:40
The hotel market (Discussion)

The hotel market was one of the most active real estate markets this year. In spite of the many openings, project launches and project announcements, there is still a shortage of hotels in Poland. Market representatives point out that hotels are a long-term investment and are not profitable for everyone. What can be done to expand the sector?

  •  Which regions are unsaturated in terms of the hotel market? Is there anywhere in Poland that has a sufficient hotel base?
  • What to do to make the business profitable?
  • How to build a hotel to ensure it had sufficient occupancy? What to avoid and what to focus on (technology, the architecture or the staff?)
  • Is there a need to bring in hotel chains that have not operated here so far? If so, how can this be done?
View Speakers
13:15
Presentation
13:15
Q22 in a good light (Presentation)
  • a partnership of the future for implementing responsible and sustainable construction
  • advantages resulting from the involvement of business and technological partners at every stage of the project
  • innovative technology and engineering knowledge guaranteeing top quality
View Speakers
13:35
Discussion
13:35
The office market (Discussion)

The high supply of offices and falling rents are a dream come true for tenants. However, developers are rather less sanguine about this state of affairs. Although they have become more cautious, they have not stopped building. When will the Warsaw market achieve the right balance? Will the growing regional market be able to take a larger piece of the pie at the expense of the capital city?

  • The record supply and ambitious construction plans: is the office market overheated already?
  • Older office buildings: how to return them to the game?
  • When will rents stop falling? Which rent levels are unacceptable for the developers and owners of office buildings? Are the levels the same in both cases?
  • If Warsaw’s “Mordor” office basin is a no-no, what else is there? The most attractive locations for tenants.
  • Regional cities are becoming stronger: which are set to grow the fastest, and where are the opportunities not being snapped up?
View Speakers
14:10
Cocktails and lunch
14:10
.KTW – enter the game with us (Cocktails and lunch)

TDJ Estate invites you for cards and cocktails!

We would like to invite you to a special Las Vegas style event. Each guest will have the opportunity to try their luck at the roulette table, poker or black jack. To make the event more enjoyable, croupiers will be on hand to explain the rules of the games and oversee the play for the cocktail party’s guests. Prizes will be awarded to the best players. After the excitement of the casino, it will be possible to sample the cool drinks prepared by bartenders at the special molecular bar. See you there!

 Jan Vincent-Rostowski
Jan Vincent-Rostowski
Economist
 Piotr Kraśko
Piotr Kraśko
Journalist
 Tomasz Ożdziński
Tomasz Ożdziński
Executive Director, Tax Advisor, EY Real Estate Group
 Hadley Dean
Hadley Dean
Chief Executive Officer, Echo Polska Properties
 Hubert Mańturzyk
Hubert Mańturzyk
Senior Manager Poland, Aareal Bank
 Soren Rodian Olsen
Soren Rodian Olsen
Head of Office & Industrial Investments, Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield
 Brian Patterson
Brian Patterson
Managing Partner, White Star Real Estate
 Adrian Karczewicz
Adrian Karczewicz
Head of Divestments CEE at Skanska Commercial Development Europe (CDE)
 Magdalena Frątczak
Magdalena Frątczak
Senior Director, Head of Retail Department, CBRE
 Grzegorz Mroczek
Grzegorz Mroczek
V-ce President, CREAM
 Karel Zeman MRICS
Karel Zeman MRICS
Head of Asset Management Poland, CBRE Global Investors
 Sławomir Murawski
Sławomir Murawski
Head of Apsys Lab Team, Director of Manufaktura, Apsys Polska
 Bartłomiej Sosna
Bartłomiej Sosna
Head Construction Analyst, PMR
 Christopher Siemienski
Christopher Siemienski
The head of the Business Development and Marketing Department, CFE Polska
 Jarosław Szczupak
Jarosław Szczupak
President of the Board, ALSTAL
 Paweł Buchman
Paweł Buchman
Director of Real Estate, Orange Polska
 Katarzyna Pyś-Fabiańczyk
Katarzyna Pyś-Fabiańczyk
Head of Industrial & Logistics Department, BNP Paribas Real Estate Central and Eastern Europe, founder of Ladies First networking platform
 Bartosz Mierzwiak
Bartosz Mierzwiak
Managing Director, Logicor
 Robert Dobrzycki
Robert Dobrzycki
Chief Executive Officer Europe, Panattoni Europe
 Mirosław Koszany
Mirosław Koszany
Chief Executive Officer, Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych
 Ewa Zawadzka
Ewa Zawadzka
Vice President i Head of Land and Development, Prologis
 Alex Kloszewski MRICS
Alex Kloszewski MRICS
Managing Partner, Hotel Professionals Management Group
 Gilles Clavie
Gilles Clavie
President of the Management Board & CEO of Orbis SA
 Vladimir Saal
Vladimir Saal
Managing Director, IBB Hotel Collection
 Jan Wróblewski
Jan Wróblewski
Board Member, Zdrojowa Invest & Hotels
 Martin Ykema
Martin Ykema
Chief Operating Officer, Vienna House
 Radosław Buczkowski
Radosław Buczkowski
Project Department Manager, Philips Lighting CEE
 Agnieszka Operhalska
Agnieszka Operhalska
Sales Director Real Estate Segment, Philips Lighting Poland
 Mikołaj Sznajder
Mikołaj Sznajder
Senior Associate Director, CBRE
 Maciej Wójcik
Maciej Wójcik
CEO, TDJ Estate
 Tomasz Spalik
Tomasz Spalik
Business Development Director, Tétris
 Bartłomiej Hofman
Bartłomiej Hofman
President of the Board, Immobel Poland
 Maciej Brożek
Maciej Brożek
Proxy - Business Development, TORUS
 Marek Koziarek
Marek Koziarek
Managing Director, Commercial Real Estate Finance, Bank Pekao SA

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