'Smart Living City' event to be held in September
Tasweek and Inside Investor partner to stage biannual showcase
Tasweek Real Estate Development and Marketing, has announced that it is partnering with ‘Inside Investor’ to hold ‘Smart Living City’ (SLC) taking place on September in Dubai.
SLC will highlight the importance of incorporating advanced technologies into projects to sustain the growth of real estate and other related service industries.
The biannual event is held in Dubai, San Francisco and Singapore and showcases smart technologies and innovations for real estate and other industries that supports the concepts of smart cities and smart human capital.
Around 25 companies from Silicon Valley, California, along with representatives from Stanford University, have confirmed their participation in the Dubai show.
TASWEEK will bring together the four ‘Ts’ crucial to the development of Dubai – trade, transport, tourism and technology, during the event.
Smart Living City will emphasise the role of integrating ‘smart’ elements into real estate services in sustaining industry growth.
TASWEEK had recently reported significant asset price, transaction volume and capital increases across the UAE property markets in Q1 2013 following a strong Q4 2013 performance. It adds that the positive global response to the Dubai Government’s smart initiatives following the Emirate’s successful bid to host the 2020 World Expo adds further impetus to develop and deliver ‘smart’ property projects especially within urban environments.
“For the real estate industry, ‘smart’ elements are not just options anymore, they have become musts given the kind of tech-savvy consumers we have today. ‘Smart Living City’ will reveal the latest and best smart real estate products and show how these are driving the transformation of the property business. It will also be an opportunity for TASWEEK to highlight current industry trends based on our extensive research and how the ‘smart’ movement can positively impact future market movements in the UAE and beyond,” said Masood Al Awar, CEO, TASWEEK Real Estate Development and Marketing.