ULI UK Annual Networking Drinks 2021
The Big RE-Turn
Please note that as with all ULI events going forward, you will be required to present your NHS COVID-19 pass demonstrating proof of full vaccination on arrival in order to participate. Please contact us if there are any issues or queries.
This event is limited to 150 guests on a first come, first served basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list if you are unable to register due to the event being full.
After a unique year of virtual events, ULI UK is thrilled to invite you to our first in-person networking event of 2021.
Please join us for our annual drinks reception, organised by the ULI UK Young Leaders Committee, to meet and network with fellow built environment professionals in an informal setting.
The event will be hosted on the 56th floor of 22 Bishopsgate, with panoramic views over the city, from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
Having completed in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in December 2020, the 195,000 sqm building will provide a perfect setting to discuss the beginning of a new era of office working.
The event will begin with a panel moderated by Emily Bohill (Managing Partner at Bohill Partners), discussing trends and best practices in our new working world as a number of big firms return to the office and try to re-imagine their transformed work habits and culture.
Emily Bohill is a Managing Partner at Bohill Partners, who helps real asset investors to build and retain best in class teams in Europe. Emily leads senior searches and complex advisory mandates, as well as managing the relationships with many of our key clients. She has deep and long-lasting relationships with a wide range of talented professionals across Europe. This experience puts her in an excellent position to advise leading real asset businesses on recruiting and retaining top talent. Whilst she has worked with top tier firms across the sector, she has a particularly strong track record of making senior hires for real estate private equity funds. Before she founded the firm with Alice Fontana in 2008, she ran the European real assets practice at Armstrong International and was a founding member of the Soros-backed search firm Skillcapital. Emily graduated from Trinity College, Dublin and St. Petersburg State University with an MA in Business and Russian. She speaks French, German, Irish, Russian and Spanish. Emily is a Trustee of The Story of Christmas, the property and construction industries’ annual Christmas charity event that supports disadvantaged children and the homeless. She is also on the board of Ireland Funds Great Britain. The Ireland Funds is a global philanthropic network established in 1976 to promote and support peace, culture, education and community development throughout Ireland, and Irish-related causes around the world. Emily is also Co-Chair of Thornhill Primary School Foundation, a state school in London. Finally, Emily is founder of Run Kids Run, an initiative to get children running, raising vital funds for state schools in England.