40 distinguished speakers, 800 guests, 10 hours of debates on the most important topics in the development industry. On Tuesday, 18 September, leading experts from the industry discussed the possible directions of market development during the IV Residential Congress – the largest real estate industry event in 2018. The Residential Congress was organized once again by the Polish Association of Real Estate Developers and the Warsaw School of Economics in order to find better and better solutions for housing. During the congress, representatives of the government, local governments, investors, architects, engineers, urban planners, the banking sector, intermediaries, contractors, trendsetters and many others sat in the discussion. There were very different opinions in two main panels and six debates. Diversity of views has often resulted in surprising conclusions and postulates At the opening of the event Dorota Jarodzka-Śródka, the chairman of the Council of the Polish … [Read more...] about Residential market in Poland: how will it change?
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Roe Valley Speciality Market was held in Limavady on Saturday, September 22, and the organisers would like to thank everyone involved in making it such a success. The event was a fantastic showcase of local artisans, including food producers, artists, and crafters.Markets are fantastic platform for small businesses, particularly start ups hoping to develop their businesses. They contribute to the development of our local economy, adding vibrancy to our towns by encouraging people to visit their high streets and shop locally. Limavady is a beautiful town with so much to offer shoppers, it really has something for everyone.The cookery theatre was a massive success and a special word of thanks to compere Wendy Gallagher of Causeway Foodie Tours and all the chefs who gave up their time to demonstrate and share their knowledge, skills and encourage the use of local produce.A spokesperson said: “Local markets can’t happen without a combined effort, we would like to thank all our … [Read more...] about Limavady welcomes the return of Roe Valley Speciality Market
Ten years ago today, the world woke to the news that yet another bank had collapsed. Washington Mutual was the latest casualty in what became the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Those events have cast a long shadow. Governments, businesses, and households have had to tackle the legacy of that crisis. As well as repairing the damage from the crash, policymakers have focused on reforming regulation to reduce the risk posed by a global financial system. We now have an enhanced and coherent international framework for financial regulation, which has made great strides in addressing the risks of market fragmentation, regulatory arbitrage, and global financial instability, while improving efficiencies for the benefit of the real economy. The UK has played a leading role in these reforms, and ensuring its effective implementation at home and abroad. Successive chancellors have promoted multilateral solutions to the risks posed by global financial services, while preserving … [Read more...] about Patchy regulation prevents the world from reaping the full benefits of the markets
MARTA STEEMAN Last updated 15:31, July 17 2018 SUPPLIED Tom Wallace, chief executive of Re-Leased, a digital start-up planning to shake-up technology in the commercial property sector Kiwi digital start-up Re-Leased has raised $2.3 million with ambitions to become the commercial property sector equivalent of accounting software company Xero.Re-Leased is cloud-based commercial property software that aims to oust the traditional desktop software systems being used extensively by the commercial property sector.Founder and chief executive Tom Wallace said from London the money from local and overseas investors would be used to fast track expansion by investing in more staff and to keep developing innovative software.The company already has 50 staff. Many are based at its development headquarters in Napier, with sales and customer staff also in Melbourne and Queensland and in the United Kingdom.READ MORE:* Commercial property companies need to prepare for the EU's data … [Read more...] about Kiwi expat raises capital to shake-up technology in the commercial property market
The pact between Bartomeu and Torres The club president of Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, has told a conference at Harvard University that attendees are surprised because the Catalan team wants to share their knowledge with other teams and agencies. Bartomeu has participated in a round of lectures on sport, promoted by the Union of Catalan Federations (UFEC) at the headquarters of the publishing house RBA in Barcelona, in which he presented the paper 'Barça, beyond football'. "Barcelona has to be the accelerator of knowledge", Bartomeu assured the conference. He is in favour of the Financial Fair Play in Europe to stop the economic dominance of 'team-countries', referring to those clubs with owners linked to oil rich states, such as Paris Saint-Germain. "Just as VAR is being seen to be an element that helps the referees, FFP must also do it to make it a fairer competition," he said. "[The main] research work on sport is done in Barcelona and for this reason, we will push for … [Read more...] about Bartomeu: At Harvard they are very surprised that we share our knowledge