The ULI UK Annual Conference took place on 5 June at UBS, Broadgate, London.
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Please click here to view a list of conference delegates.
Across the globe, there have been seismic shifts in politics, gig-economics, society, demographics and the impact of AI, robotics and other technologies. With these changes we are seeing transformations across all sectors of real estate with innovators, disruptors and makers forcing the built environment to become more flexible.
So as the real estate industry finds itself on the cusp of change, we need admit that this is no longer a phenomenon and is now a fundamental part of the market. So we need to understand how to incorporate more flexibility yet ensure that real estate remains fit for purpose.
The technology disrupters can no longer be ignored and already we are experiencing a blurring of boundaries within our industry. The 2018 ULI UK Annual Conference will look at this distortion of property industry. The blurring between professional and personal lives and its resultant shift in customer expectations, the interplay between real estate and infrastructure and the morphing of tech companies into real estate providers. Join us to hear the latest trends, share best practice and future proof your business.
09:00 Welcome and Introductions
ULI UK Chairman: Chris Choa, Vice President, AECOM & Chairman, ULI UK
Conference moderator: Andrea Carpenter, Co-Director, Women Talk Real Estate
09:15 The Business Environment – Economic, Geopolitical and Social Outlook
Economy: Arend Kapteyn, Global Economist, UBS Investment Bank
Geopolitics: Alice Charles, Project Lead, Cities, World Economic Forum
Social Change – David Goodhart, Author of ‘The Road to Somewhere’ & Head of the Demography Unit, Policy Exchange
Moderator: Tony Travers, Director, LSE-London School of Economics
10:15 Infoburst: ULI Affordable Housing Game
Elizabeth Rapoport, Content Director, ULI Europe
10:30 Coffee Break
11.00 Shifting Strategies #1: New Occupier Models
Adapting to change and the blurring of lines. New occupier models and strategies.
Despina Katsikakis, International Partner & Head of Occupier Business Performance, Cushman & Wakefield
Henrie Koetter, Chief Investment Officer, ECE
Antony Slumbers, CEO, Estate Today and ‘Innovation Evangelist’
Moderator: Clare Thomas, Partner, CMS
12:00 Infoburst: Role of Art in Urban Regeneration and the Challenges to Overcome
Shain Shapiro, Founder & CEO, Sound Diplomacy
13:30 Capital Markets – Where’s the Smart Money Going?
Anne Kavanagh, Chief Investment Officer, PATRIZIA
Audrey Klein, Managing Director & Head of International Institutional Clients, Corestate Capital Partners UK
Alicia Qin, Director, Goldlit Direction Ltd
Douglas Crawshaw, Senior Investment Consultant – Head of EMEA Real Estate Manager Research, Willis Towers Watson
Moderator: Eoin Bastible, Head of Business Development EMEA ex Switzerland
Managing Director, UBS
14:30 Infoburst: Investing in Good Density and Smart Urban Growth
Richard Gwilliam, Head of Property Research, M&G Real Estate
14:45 Coffee Break
15:15 Shifting Strategies #2: Connectivity and Reciprocity
Driving value through reciprocal relationships
Anne Mellano, Co-Founder, Best Mile
Andrew Carter, Chief Executive, Centre for Cities
Anthony Poole, Head of Developers & Real Estate Sales, E.ON
Moderator: Chris Choa, Chairman, ULI UK & Vice President, AECOM
16:15 Infoburst: ULI UK Housing with Care Guide
Stephanie McMahon, Head of Research, BNP Paribas Real Estate
16:30 Keynote Speaker: ‘On the Cusp of Change’ – The Impact of Tech
The impact of technology, and in particular AI, augmented and VR and the Internet of Things, on society and business
Laetitia Cailleteau, Managing Director, UKI Emerging Tech Lead, Global Lead for Virtual Agent, Accenture
17:30 Conference close
17:30-18:30 Networking Drinks Reception
ULI UK Product Council Day
The ULI UK Product Council Day will take place the day before the Annual Conference on the 4 June.
Product Councils are sector focused, closed door forums for candid exchange of best practice. Membership to the ULI UK Product Council’s is at the discretion of the Council Chair, to ensure an appropriate mix of participants, and limited to 40 people per council. ULI UK has three product councils as follows:
Registration for this event is now closed.
|Prices exclude VAT|
|ULI Private Sector Member||£490 (exclusive of VAT)|
|Private Sector Non Member||£749|
|ULI Public Sector Member||£240|
|Public Sector Non Member||£375|
|ULI Young Leader Member *||£240|
|Young Leader Non Member *||£375|
* Young Leaders applicable to individuals under the age of 35 years.
** A limited number of student registrations, at this subsidised rate, are available on a first come first served basis.
Discounts are available for multiple registrants from the same company.
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- Connect with senior real estate professionals
- Learn how global economics and geopolitics is shaping real estate capital decisions
- Gain insights from industry leaders who are adapting, diversifying and seeking new opportunities
- ULI as a content led, mission driven, non lobbying organisation provides a neutral platform to present the big picture and convene open debate
Venue & Logistics
Registration open 08:15
Conference start 09:00
Conference close 17:30
Drinks Reception 17:30-18:30
ULI has 40,000 members globally from all sectors of the built environment from both the public and private sectors. To join ULI and access the benefits of membership, including reduced rates to this conference, please click here. You will also be given the option to join through conference online registration.
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