In the last two years, office markets in Poland have been growing rapidly by about 20 percent each year. The macroeconomic indexes however, are not growing to good – should we be worried by a crisis caused by oversupply? Answers to this and many other questions will be searched by participants of 6th edition of Office Buildings conference in Poland. The event, organized by Nowy Adres S.A., is a very important and prestigious meeting of office sector's representatives in Poland. It will take two days – between 23rd and 24th of October 2013 in Marriott Hotel in Warsaw.
The conference will gather over 40 speakers and almost 250 participants active on Polish office market.
The first day will start with an introductory lecture by Kevin Turpin, Head of Market Research and Counselling Department on East-Central Europe in Jones Lang LaSalle. He will voice his thoughts concerning the possibility of oversupply creating a crisis in the future. Then, the speakers and panellists will discuss the current situation on Polish market and compare it with the international market. Other issues, such as finances, deals renegotiations, BREEAM, LEED, DGNB and EU GreenBuilding certificates will also be tackled. The day will finish with a grand banquet.
On Thursday, Damian Harrington, the Head of Research Department in CEE, Colliers International will begin the day with a lecture 'Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic and Ukraine – rivals of Poland in a fight for Leaseholders from BPO sector. What are their advantages and disadvantages?'. Next, the speakers will discuss issues connected with the adjustment of office space to changes forced by the popularity of of telework operations model and fields on which older office buildings can compete with the modern locations for the customer.