Maggie Kitshoff, Director of Residential Projects, Prime Kapital, to speak at CEDER Conference 2019

Maggie Kitshoff, Director of Residential Projects, Prime Kapital, to speak at CEDER Conference 2019

Published at: 2019-04-17 11:44 | Author: CIJ Romania
Maggie Kitshoff will be part of the business leaders mix to speak at CEDER Conference on 29th of May, at Radisson Blu Hotel, in Bucharest.

Maggie Kitshoff is the Director of Residential Projects of Prime Kapital since 2016. She brings more than 16 years’ experience in turn key construction projects with an emphasis on niche residential development projects. She co-founded and managed a Johannesburg based business from 2002 – 2016 shortly after she graduated as Bachelor of Commerce at the University of the North West in South Africa.

CEDER is the leading real estate conference in Romania, now in its 12th year and will take place on 29th of May, at Radisson Blu Hotel, in Bucharest. CEDER Conference brings together the market leaders, building every year an impressive mix of panellists whose pedigrees and experience are varied enough to ensure a healthy mix of considered viewpoints, to share with the 400+ people audience.

Check out the full list of speakers and book your ticket at:
https://ceder.cijeurope.com/#overview

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