The Greater Southeast Management District and The Old Spanish Trail Community Partnership in association with the Institute for Inner City Commercial Real Estate Development, Metro, Houston Small Business Development Center and ARVO Realty Advisors will host Debunking the Myth III 2011, “Positioning Your Business for the Economic Recovery”, a commercial real estate and economic development conference.
Debunking the Myth III 2011, “Positioning Your Business for the Economic Recovery”, is the city’s only gathering of real estate experts, investors, developers, community stakeholders, and public policy makers focusing on seizing opportunities in underserved urban submarkets by addressing perceptions and removing barriers to commercial development while also providing the opportunity to network and make deals. The conference will be held on Tuesday, August 9, 2011 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines School of Architecture and Design.
This prestigious conference will assemble an array of commercial real estate experts, investors, developers, community stakeholders, and public policy makers. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet face-to-face with experts involved in the day-to-day operations of commercial real estate. Dynamic practitioners will share their expertise on a variety of topics. The conference will show participants how to position for the economic recovery.
Highlights of the event will be the franchise panel and a presentation on the redevelopment of Sharpstown Mall (Plazas America). Valuable market area findings regarding buying power and untapped market opportunities will be shared. At lunch, individuals will have an opportunity to speak with varied participants about their success stories with urban developments. Registration for the conference is $89.00 per person, $69.00 for early registration before May 31, 2011.
You may register on line at www.greatersoutheastonline.com or make checks payable to Greater Southeast Management District 5445 Almeda, Suite 503, Houston, Texas 77004.
The conference is open to everyone, and is the only conference of its kind in the Houston area. It promises to be one of the most beneficial events you will attend this year. For additional information, please contact Ed Ryland at 713/952-5066, ext 101 firstname.lastname@example.org or ext 100 registration line .