Under the motto "Together instead of against each other", this year's Day of the Real Estate Industry will take place on June 27, 2019, in the Verti Music Hall at Mercedes-Platz in Berlin. The ZIA Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss e. V. as the organizer of this industry event expects up to 2,000 decision makers from the real estate industry, administration and politics. Among others, four federal ministers, Peter Altmaier, Andreas Scheuer, Svenja Schulze and Horst Seehofer, have confirmed their attendance; in addition, Ralph Brinkhaus, parliamentary party leader of CDU/CSU in the Bundestag, as well as FDP leader Christian Lindner will be on site.
In the morning, the Innovation Forge will focus on current trends and industry topics such as "Mobility and the real estate of the future", "Big Data Analytics: The evolution of digital ecosystems" and "Digital innovations: Energy Supply in the Neighborhood of the Future" are on the agenda. The afternoon is reserved for panel discussions and presentations in the plenary session, which will address topics at the interface between politics and the real estate industry, including, for example, urban development, construction policy, regulation, climate protection and digital infrastructure in Germany.
For EverReal, co-founder and CEO Nessim Djerboua will be on site this year. "The mix of topics at the Real Estate Industry Day provides a good overview of the problems currently affecting the industry. For us, of course, those events that deal with digitalization in the real estate industry are particularly interesting," says Djerboua. "In view of the current discussions about capping residential rents, many companies will be looking even more closely than before at how they can increase their productivity through digitization, so that on the one hand they can meet the requirements of modern tenants and employees and on the other hand continue to operate profitably despite increasing regulation. The shortage of skilled workers in many companies is also an important reason to push ahead with the automation of processes. This allows employees to be relieved of routine activities as far as possible and to concentrate on the really important tasks that only humans can solve on their own, such as providing personal advice to customers or generating new business".
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