Smaller real estate entrepreneurs often tend to be more nimble, able to move more quickly to identify opportunities and execute on deals. At the same time, their size can mean fewer operational resources to draw upon and less occasion for reflective consideration. The result can be a chase for the next deal without careful assessment for its fit with the firm’s expertise or resources.
Through instructive lectures, case studies, panel discussions, and leadership exercises, this new Real Estate Entrepreneur Program from ULI will help real estate companies to think, plan, and operate more deliberately and thoughtfully. The program will introduce attendees to the tools and frameworks of strategic planning that will help them develop a more effective, efficient, and stable organization.
As part of the ULI Real Estate Entrepreneur Program, this unique new course on February 23 & 24 will also afford attendees the opportunity to interact with recognized industry experts drawn from ULI’s senior leadership. A thoughtful and lively panel discussion with these leaders will be followed by an informal networking reception and dinner, where attendees can engage the experts and one another in an exchange of ideas.
- Martin McDermott, principal at Avison Young
- Mary C. Borgia, president of The Borgia Company
- Lev Gershman, managing partner of Tideline Partners
- Jessica Dabney, president of North American Realty
- Robert Herscu, founder of HQ Development
- Lawry Meister, president and CEO of Steaven Jones Development Company, Inc.
This invaluable program will held February 23 & 24 in Marina del Rey, California. Sign up today.