The South African Property Owners Association’s Annual Convention and Property Networking will be held at Sun City between the 19th and the 21st of September 2023 where experts, business leaders, and SAPOA members will meet to discuss industry challenges and growth prospects.
Under the banner ‘Build for the Future’, SAPOA has created a packed programme to generate engaging conversations and thought leadership engagements over various industry and macroeconomic issues and topics.
This year’s convention takes place against a backdrop of a challenging economic climate characterised by slow growth, the impact of load shedding and high interest rates. Furthermore, commercial property owners are being challenged to innovate in an industry slowly recovering from the effects of the pandemic with a slow but steady return of workers to the office.
SAPOA is excited to bring together visionary speakers and innovators, financial heavyweights, and influential drivers who will address the challenges that impact business and share their expert opinions and solutions.
Speakers include Nedbank Group Chief Economist Nicky Weimar and well-renowned Political & Economic Analyst, JP Landman who will share insights on the solutions to South Africa’s challenges, choices, and opportunities.
As with previous conventions, SAPOA will present prestigious awards to the recipients of the SAPOA Property Awards in Innovative Excellence, the 2023 SAPOA Journalism Awards for Excellence and the SAPOA Lifetime Industry Achievements Award.
“The convention is a must-attend event for the association’s members as the discussions will be stimulating and rewarding.”
SAPOA looks forward to an exciting convention and does not doubt that its rich and diverse programme will meet the expectations of its members and invited delegates and guests. Knowledge sharing at such a high level has contributed significantly to recognising SAPOA as the official voice of the commercial property industry in South Africa, and the convention is no better place to demonstrate this.