IREM Global Summit Kicks Off In San Francisco

September 30, 2019

More than 800 property managers from around the world will gather in San Francisco, California, Sept. 23-26 for the 2019 IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) Global Summit. The event provides countless opportunities for real estate managers to make new business contacts and learn about the latest industry trends.

Education offerings at the IREM Global Summit will address the key issues commercial and residential property managers are facing today, including how to embrace proptech, preparing for active shooter events, increasing diversity throughout the industry, and much more.

The event also features keynote presentations from renowned speakers Erik Qualman and John O’Leary, as well as governance meetings that focus on guiding the future direction and focus of the Institute.

“This event provides an opportunity for our members to come together with their colleagues from around the world, to learn from each other, and to share ideas that will continue to move the real estate management industry forward,” notes Don Wilkerson, CPM®, 2019 IREM president.


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