Conference gets set for big turnout

Conference gets set for big turnout

03 May 2011 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Australia’s biggest real estate conference, AREC, is expected to attract more delegates than ever before.

Now in its 14th year, the Australasian Real Estate Conference, has already enjoyed significant interest from key delegates, according to a company spokesperson.

“We have already seen a huge amount of interest in the event from across the industry and there is still two weeks left to book tickets, so it could well be the biggest event we have ever staged,” the spokesperson told Real Estate Business.

The conference boasts a huge line-up of acclaimed international and national speakers including 2GB talkback host Alan Jones and former major of New York City Rudy Giuliani.

But the speaker line-up is not the only exciting news to come out of the conference.

AREC’s media partner Real Estate Business will launch its brand new print magazine at the event.

Now in its second year, the popular industry news site Real Estate Business, published by Sterling Publishing, has announced that it will expand its coverage to a new monthly business magazine for the industry.

As well as coverage of the leading news stories, each month Real Estate Business will deliver business intelligence plus sales and marketing strategies written exclusively for real estate professionals.

Alex Whitlock, group publisher of Sterling Publishing, believes that the real estate industry is now ready for its own monthly print magazine.

"Mortgage broking, financial planning, legal and a host of other industries all have their own monthly trade magazines and we're proud to launch Australia's first monthly magazine for the real estate industry," he said.

Subscriptions for the new magazine are now open; advertising space is also available for businesses that provide services to the industry.

Staff Reporter

Australia’s biggest real estate conference, AREC, is expected to attract more delegates than ever before.

Now in its 14th year, the Australasian Real Estate Conference, has already enjoyed significant interest from key delegates, according to a company spokesperson.

“We have already seen a huge amount of interest in the event from across the industry and there is still two weeks left to book tickets, so it could well be the biggest event we have ever staged,” the spokesperson told Real Estate Business.

The conference boasts a huge line-up of acclaimed international and national speakers including 2GB talkback host Alan Jones and former major of New York City Rudy Giuliani.

But the speaker line-up is not the only exciting news to come out of the conference.

AREC’s media partner Real Estate Business will launch its brand new print magazine at the event.

Now in its second year, the popular industry news site Real Estate Business, published by Sterling Publishing, has announced that it will expand its coverage to a new monthly business magazine for the industry.

As well as coverage of the leading news stories, each month Real Estate Business will deliver business intelligence plus sales and marketing strategies written exclusively for real estate professionals.

Alex Whitlock, group publisher of Sterling Publishing, believes that the real estate industry is now ready for its own monthly print magazine.

"Mortgage broking, financial planning, legal and a host of other industries all have their own monthly trade magazines and we're proud to launch Australia's first monthly magazine for the real estate industry," he said.

Subscriptions for the new magazine are now open; advertising space is also available for businesses that provide services to the industry.

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