REALTORS® Conference And Expo 2013: Commercial Caffeinated Breakfast With Peter Kageyama

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Once again the 2013 REALTORS® Conference and Expo is just around the corner.  November 8-11 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center is where this year’s commercial real estate practice program is running to keep you up to date on the sector’s many trends, tools and tactics for success.

This year sees another in the  Commercial Caffeinated Breakfast series at the Expo.  Gathering together commercial practitioners in the top morning networking event of the Expo has produced plenty of highlights in years past.  Extending the tradition this year, we welcome author and community development consultant Peter Kageyama to the lectern.

Peter is a community and economic development consultant based in St. Petersburg, FL. He’s got a unique background in creative arts that helps him demonstrate how innovation and creativity appear in property markets. He looks at what makes cities lovable, what motivates citizens to do extraordinary things for their places and how some cities use that energy to fill in the gaps that “official” city makers have left when resources disappear. Peter speaks about how we can turn peoples’ emotional engagement with their place into tangible action and use that excitement and energy as a much needed community development resource.

Tickets Are Limited!

Kageyama’s new book “For The Love Of Cities” uses economic, social and psychological perspectives to look at cities and property markets and to uncover the relationships that drive value and foster innovation.  Join Peter and our team at the Commercial Caffeinated Breakfast Saturday Morning Nov. 9th 7:30-8:45 at Moscone West, Room 2006.

Tickets are limited  and must be purchased in advance: If you’re already registered for the Conference, ordering tickets is easy!

  • Have your registration ID number and your credit card available
  • Then log in to the registration system under “Edit Existing Registration” with your conference ID.
  • Then click the “View/Modify” button (or simply purchase them during the registration process if you’re a new registrant).

If you do not have your registration ID number, contact Experient at NAR@experient-inc.com or 800-650-6893 (U.S/Canada)/847-996-5876 (outside U.S./Canada) to obtain it.

Register Now For The Expo!

18. October 2013 by Wayne Grohl
Categories: NAR 2013 Annual Convention | Tags: , , , | 25 comments

Comments (25)

  1. Sounds like a great event!

  2. Looking forward to learn and network with other top agent and professionals at the upcoming REALTOR Conference and EXPO 2013.
    First time attending and heard a lot of great things and reasons to attend this event.

  3. It is great to a Realtor.

  4. It’s going to be great!

  5. We would love to be there this year, but can’t make it due to business. We are planning on attending next year!

  6. Wish I could have made it to the conference in San Fran this year! Hoping to be able to make my first expo next year!

  7. Wish I could attend!

  8. Looking forward to 2013 REALTORS® Conference and Expo, but a little nervous about BART strike.

  9. Coffee and networking on the commercial side: sounds like a great way to start the day. I look forward to hearing Mr. Kageyama discuss urban planning and the human passion that underlies great development and urban renewal.

  10. Sounds like an exciting event!

  11. I’m looking forward to the information on urban planning and renewal as it can be applied to my home city, San Diego.

  12. Sounds like an amazing event!

  13. Wish I could attend. Maybe next year.

  14. Sounds like this would be fun!

  15. I’m so excited to participate in this event!

  16. Bring Peter Kageyama to Upstate NY. Would love to hear his ideas!

  17. Go and see Peter! He’s a fabulous speaker. And when you’re done, purchase his book. Wish I could be there this year.

  18. Would like to attend hopefully next year! Some much to learn…

  19. Sounds like this will be a great activity to attend!

  20. Looking forward to going back out west and attending the NAR Conference in San Francisco.
    Regards

  21. This event promises to emphasize the importance of, and motivate people to contribute to, the quality of life of their communities: “He looks at what makes cities lovable, what motivates citizens to do extraordinary things for their places and how some cities use that energy to fill in the gaps that “official” city makers have left when resources disappear. Peter speaks about how we can turn peoples’ emotional engagement with their place into tangible action and use that excitement and energy as a much needed community development resource.” I would gladly attend but for other commitments overseas.

  22. Sounds like a truly informative event. Perhaps next year. Can I suggest Atlanta, Georgia for 2014 or 2015? Just a thought…

  23. I am surely going to make the next one.

    Victoria Holiday

  24. I wish I could attend!

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