Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® Host International Symposium in Venice

Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® Host International Symposium in Venice

CHICAGO – October 18, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International® will host the International Symposium in Venice, Italy October 20-22. Taking place at the Molino Stucky Hilton, the event has attracted accomplished real estate professionals from member firms in 18 countries.

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The Symposium focuses on global real estate issues and strengthening the network’s growing worldwide capabilities.

“As a truly international organization – now spanning more than 40 countries – we are committed to leadership in the global real estate arena, supporting our members with meaningful education and networking events and fostering lucrative cross-border referrals and business development opportunities,” said LeadingRE President/CEO Pam O’Connor.

Keynote speaker Jim Marks of Virtual Results will share insights on defining “Your Online Global Personality,” and Matthew Ferrara of Matthew Ferrara & Company will discuss the differences in real estate practices around the world. Federico Pratesi of Pratesi Linens, Inc. will offer compelling marketing strategies as he shares how this luxury Italian brand embodies everything that is special about Italy. Other sessions will focus on business opportunities in growth markets and with expatriate communities and affluent consumers.

The 2013 Symposium is the latest event in series of successful global symposiums held by the network in Lisbon, Madrid, Rome, Valencia and Dublin. Event sponsors included Unique Homes Magazine, Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, BoomTown, Previsite and Peach Property AG.

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