Vietnam Real Estate Symposium event



'Knight Frank brings an exciting element to this must attend annual real estate event and shows the strength both in the Vietnam real estate market and strong partnerships. With delays and changes affecting the outcome of this event, AusCham is delighted to share that we have been able to secure our sponsors, speakers, panelists and venue as originally planned - This means you are assured of an unparalleled event delivering the latest and most accurate market trends and results from H1 and the outlook for H2 of 2022'. - Simon Fraser, Executive Director, AusCham, Vietnam

'Knight Frank is delighted to have the opportunity to be involved in what has become Ho Chi Minh City's prime real estate event. From a personal standpoint it is great to be involved again and as always we will address the topics of the day that matter and those that will be prominent as we look ahead. Rarely do we get the opportunity to hear the views of so many experienced guests and panelists in the same afternoon and like before we will commit to challenging the speakers in our 'pressure cooker' session at the end of the day; no holding back.' - Alex Crane, Managing Director, Knight Frank, Vietnam.

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Event Details:

  • Date: Thursday, 23 June 2022 | 14.00 – 19.30 (Registration at 13.30)
  • Venue: Ballroom | Park Hyatt Saigon, 2 Lam Son Square, District 1, HCMC
  • Cohosted by: BritCham, CCTVN, HKBAV, InCham, MBC, SBG, ICham, CanCham, EuroCham, BeluxCham,
  • NordCham, New Zealand Chamber, DBAV
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  • Tickets Payment/Invoice: or call +84 973 000 470


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