At the EuropaProperty Romania real estate - investment trends and outlook visions forum, focused on Romania’s improving real estate outlook, and designed to highlight the country’s current optimism but with a sense of caution, market professionals will gather to discuss the main issues of its commercial real estate markets.


Topics covered include an in depth look into the BPO, Shared Services and IT sectors. Romania is becoming a top BPO and Shared Services location. How do these new tenants impact the office market? What cities and types of buildings are these tenants looking for? Which developers and consultants are taking the lead, and who are really delivering to this sector? How much space will they need in the upcoming 24 months?


Manufacturing & Industrial sectors covering expansion, renovation, investment and supply chain solutions – how does real estate affect these issues. Who are the most active companies on the market? What are opportunities for heavy, light and assembly manufacturing in Romania? Tax breaks and HR supply chain management solutions.


Retail sector trends in Romania - High streets and shopping centre development. Which retailers are expanding and who are looking to enter the market. How many new retailers will actually open shops in 2015? Retail Investment – with more investors looking at Romania now prices are coming into line with investor expectations, how will the market look next year and which investors will really be active players in the upcoming 18 months?


The forum is specifically scheduled for senior directors and will take place at Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel in Bucharest in a professional business atmosphere. If you are active in the region or would like to meet the most active players in Romania this event is not to be missed.



The session will be rounded off in the evening with the nomination launch for EuropaProperty’s 10th Annual SEE Real Estate Awards. Attendees will include: 20 speakers, 100+VIP guests, retail & office tenants, as well as manufacturing and industrial sectors. (source: