Jiří Suremka from ComplexRE set to speak at CEDER 2018

Jiří Suremka from ComplexRE set to speak at CEDER 2018

Published at: 2018-05-16 10:18 | Author: CIJ Europe
Jiří Suremka from ComplexRE, the real estate advisory service provider, is among the participants at the CEDER 2018 Conference, which will be held on 17th May in Bucharest.

Jiří Suremka is a Partner at ComplexRE, a real estate advisory service provider to Nordic companies that identifies industrial and logistics facilities in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Poland, Bulgaira, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The company offers cooperation in acquisition negotiation or lease deals as well as consultations on the best structures to use when establishing Scandinavian or west European companies.

CEDER is the leading real estate conference in Romania and will take place this year on 17th of May at Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest. Now in its 11th year, CEDER 2018 looks set to welcome an ever-growing audience ready to network, develop new partnerships and hear first-hand how Romania’s real estate market will grow over the next 12 months from high-level speakers from around Romania and Europe.

For the full list of speakers and regsitration please visit the official website: http://ceder.cijeurope.com/

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