The Inaugural Japan Real Estate Summit

The Inaugural Japan Real Estate Summit - Tokyo, Japan

Huge thanks to everyone who joined us at Shibaura House, Minato-ku, Tokyo, for the first ever Japan real estate summit!

It was an absolute pleasure meeting you all face to face, exchanging stories and information, talking shop and getting to know who you all are and what interests you – we can’t wait for the next event!

Please find all video presentations given on the day, as well as the Q&A panel recording, available for your enjoyment below – all presentations (except Emil’s, which will be provided upon request) are available as links below the videos, so feel free to follow along while watching/listening.

Hope to see you with us at the next summits!

 

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