SPACE Middle East is the flagship Middle East event of SPACE+.
It’s where big ideas are shared, norms are challenged and new connections are made.
Many consider SPACE+ events to be the world’s most progressive property conferences.
Find your Tribe
SPACE Middle East has a ‘Main Stage’ and splits into unique ‘Tribes’ – where you’ll find like-minded peers, challengers and future partners.
Join SPACE+ to attend SPACE Middle East and all of our SPACE+ Global Virtual Tribes for 12 months. Or, register as a delegate.
Rob Marten & Neall De Beer
MD, Europe, Oxford Properties
Head of UK & Euro Living, M&G Real Estate
CEO, Get Living
CTO, Notting Hill Genesis
Managing Director, ICG
MD, Head of Student, Round Hill Capital
Joint Head of Canada Water Development & Head of Residential, British Land
Founder, The Land Collective
Placemaking & Investment Director, PfP Capital
Development Director, Patrizia
Development Director, Pocket Living
Group Chief Investment Officer, Countryside
MD, Long Harbour
MD, Residential Investments, Invesco Real Estate
Partner & Co-head of Global Real Estate Sector, Clifford Chance
Assistant Fund Manager, M&G UK Residential Property Fund
Director of Partnerships, First Base
Head of Residential & Student Accommodation, AXA IM
COO, Fiera Capital
Development Manager, Countryside
Managing Director, Packaged Living
SVP, International Real Estate, QuadReal
Head of Build to Rent, Lendlease
Head of Brand, Product & Technology, Get Living
MD Real Estate, Common
MD & Head of Community Housing, Man Group
MD, Head of Residential, Edmund de Rothschild REIM
COO, Quintain Living
Director of Real Estate, Get Living
Managing Director, Greystar
Managing Director Suburban Build to Rent, Legal & General Capital
Development Director, Balfour Beatty Investments
CEO, Apache Capital
CEO, Europe, Harrison Street
Chief Technology Officer, Quintain
Managing Director, HUB
Regional Director, Yardi
The Chairing position is sacred.
The SPACE APAC Main Stage Chair position is available for a sponsor who can provide a leader worthy of the role.
The Chair introduces all events on the Main Stage, sets the the tone and catches the mood.
Available for the Headline Sponsor.
There are three main stage panels at SPACE APAC.
You know the drill here. Each panel will have a Host (i.e. a moderator) and three panelists. The panelists are chosen for their progressive leadership.
The Host position is available for sponsors, vetted by our Co-Founders. This is prime-time positioning.
‘Tribes’ are what we call our interest groups. Each ‘Tribe’ has multiple ‘Discussion Groups’.
Each Discussion Group has a Host, who leads the conversation (a sponsor). And three Co-Hosts, who support the Host in keeping the conversation flowing.
We invite and confirm your Co-Hosts – your role is to lead the thinking.
VIP Thinktanks are for the most senior attendees. Each Thinktank has 8 participants, and an agenda curated to really interrogate a big topic.
You can sponsor a VIP Thinktank and Host it (or nominate a client to Host, if you rather).
We produce a post-event paper for you, based on the Thinktank. Amazing.
Design, creativity and experience are now at the forefront of the property industry, as hosptitality and property merge. At SPACE UK we explore how the property industry is being disrupted and redefined, how value is being understood and how our businesses need to be positioned to succeed in this new world.
Society was undergoing monumental shifts long before the pandemic; high were streets emptying, the consumption of experience was growing rapidly, products were moving faster, and employees were demanding flexibility. The value of the city was changing.
So, what are the implications for a new urban mix?
The future of the property industry depends on our ability to look beyond the immediate perils and into a better future.
Campuses were once the domain of education or innovation. But now we see campuses are the careful clustering and curation of activities – a model for better cities, better developments. The CAMPUS Tribe at SPACE UK discuss a new approach that sees landlords and operators as hosts of a multi-channel experience. But is Is the challenge about better-building or better activation?