PRIVATE PROPERTY TV

REIS 2019

18 October | Sandton ICC | Gauteng

R.E.I.S Opening Ceremony

Welcome

Bruce Whitfield – Programme Director

Back to our Roots – Marc du Plessis (Group Executive: Digital, Caxton and CTP Ltd)

Whether it’s selling real estate, developing real estate or designing cities and inclusive buildings, none of it is possible unless we deeply understand the South African consumer of today. ROOTS is a tool that allows business and brand owners to gain insights into South African consumers over time, by looking at consumer behaviour, lifestyle and interests, media consumption and retail at a local level.

ROOTS 2019 looks at over 100 communities across economically active areas in South Africa. With over 27,000 interviews conducted over 10 months by a team of 500 interviewers, this powerful presentation will leave you empowered and informed with data-driven insights.

Dealing with Doubt – Dr Andrew Golding With international

With international sentiment on South Africa waning, what does the agent or agency of the future look like? This thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Andrew Golding and Bruce Whitfield is not to be missed.

Property Development in Africa – Ambassador Charles Stith

The Honorable Charles R. Stith, former U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania, is the Executive Chairman of The African Presidential Leadership Center. He has built a reputation as one who is committed to Africa’s growth and development, and whose sage advice is sought by former and current African heads of state.

In this panel discussion, Ambassador Stith will be speaking to esteemed Finance experts to share insights into the secondary mortgage market.

Private Property Comes of Age – Amasi Mwela

A business update from Private Property CEO, Amasi Mwela.

Land Reform, Restitution, Redistribution and Security of Tenure – Kgalema Motlanthe

This important conversation with former President of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe aims to review the legislation, assess its implementation, and identify its success and shortcomings in South Africa.

Housing the Nation – Geoffrey Lee

In this keynote address, Geoffrey Lee will be sharing insights into the needs and behaviours that drive homeownership, and the role that banks can play in the property ecosystem.

Be Prepared to Be Different – Ilse French

In an exponential world, obsolescence happens much faster. How relevant will your organisation be in a dynamic future? Ilse French is an international speaker known for her drive, passion and unconventional way of thinking. She has an in-depth understanding of the Real Estate ecosystem and how it is impacted by new technologies and evolving operating platforms. Her focus will be on helping you action viable transformation strategies to create, capture and scale value.

Getting Bang for your Buck – Google South Africa

In this thought-provoking panel discussion, Google’s Anwar Jappie and Bryan Casson investigate the cost versus benefit of marketing property online, as well as the latest marketing trends impacting the real estate industry in South Africa.

Smart Cities for Real People – Bronwyn Williams

In this talk, futurist and trend analyst, Bronwyn Williams unpacks the current trends and future trajectories of human cities and civilizations in light of emerging technological, economic and societal trends.

The talk is designed to get individuals, businesses, city planners and policymakers to think about how they can proactively harness all the best technology has to offer us in order to design and build the future cities and communities that flesh and blood humans actually want to live in. Future cities that the real estate industry can sell.

The Great Debate: Real Estate Models Disrupting the Industry

In this talk, futurist and trend analyst, Bronwyn Williams unpacks the current trends and future trajectories of human cities and civilizations in light of emerging technological, economic and societal trends.

The talk is designed to get individuals, businesses, city planners and policymakers to think about how they can proactively harness all the best technology has to offer us in order to design and build the future cities and communities that flesh and blood humans actually want to live in. Future cities that the real estate industry can sell.

Real Estate Industry Reality Check: The young South Africans and single women perspective

In this keynote address, Mandela Washington Fellow and Youth Lab CEO, Pearl Pillay challenges the real estate industry’s approach to the youth market and provides insights into the single largest investor group today- single women.

Impact of the Property Practitioners Bill on the Real Estate Industry

In this keynote address, Mandela Washington Fellow and Youth Lab CEO, Pearl Pillay challenges the real estate industry’s approach to the youth market and provides insights into the single largest investor group today- single women.

Becoming Listening Organisations – Julian Treasure

Julian Treasure is an international TED Talk speaker and Audio Brand Specialist. Collectively, Julian’s five TED Talks on various aspects of sound and communication have been viewed more than 80 million times, and his latest talk ‘How to Speak So That People Want to Listen’ is featured in the top 10 TED talks of all time!

Julian’s vision is to transform the world by inspiring people to listen consciously and speak powerfully. Speaking to South African audiences for the first time, he will be sharing practical tools to improve and excel in this most basic tool of the real estate trade.

Enablers and Disablers of Access to Real Estate Industry

This riveting panel discussion explores access challenges of youth, finance, credit profiles and title deeds. The panel will be facilitated by Nicolette Mashile and will feature Tessa Dooms (National Planning Commissioner Youth), Jason Urbach (Khaya Lam), Michelle Dickson (TPN), and Nondumiso Ncapai (ABSA).

Trend and Opportunities on the Horizon – Wendy Forsythe Wendy Forsythe

Wendy Forsythe has leveraged her passion for real estate, operations and branding to help build successful real estate networks in both Canada and the United States. Speaking to South African audiences for the first time, this talk is not to be missed.

Vote of Thanks – Tracey Lee Millar