Posted on 21 February 2013.
By Andrew Batt:
Asia’s leading property professionals and hoteliers will converge in Kuala Lumpur in May to celebrate the Asia Pacific region’s finest developments, architecture and interior design from 23 countries.
The 2013 Asia Pacific Property & Hospitality Show, which will take place at the Shangri-la Hotel on May 9-10, will host the annual Asia Pacific Property Awards and the Asia Pacific Hotel Awards sponsored by Virgin Atlantic and Samsung.
In addition to the two awards ceremonies, the 2013 Asia Pacific Property & Hospitality Show will serve as an exhibition and networking event with seminars and discussion tables.
The Asia Pacific awards, combined with the other regional awards’ programmes for Arabia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, form the globally renowned International Property Awards. Now entering their 19th year, they are the world’s most prestigious property competition and cover residential as well as commercial categories.
The top scoring Asia Pacific winners will go on to be entered in the International Property awards which determine the ultimate World’s Best winners. Judging was carried out through a meticulous process involving a panel of over 60 experts covering every aspect of the property and hospitality industries.
Stuart Shield, President of the International Property Awards said: "Asia Pacific consistently proves to be the hardest region to beat when it comes to competing internationally for the highly coveted World’s Best awards."
Building upon the success of business events first added to the 2012 award ceremonies, the International Property Awards will again host a number of professional networking events, including seminars, discussion tables and an exhibition.
Shield added: “The majority of attendees at our awards events are CEOs, presidents, and managing directors, or from the highest echelons of their companies. Our networking events and showcase prior to the awards ceremonies allow these VIPs to interact in a relaxed but professional setting.”
For more information, go to: http://propertyawards.net
Andrew Batt, International Group Editor of PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email email@example.com
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